We waited at Emril Junction outside of Labrador City for the train. The rails are the only thing linking Schefferville, Quebec with the road system. And it had already taken us 24 hours to get there from southern Ontario. Soon, a 20minute drive from Schefferville would leave us at the starting point for our trip on the Iron Arm of Attikamagen Lake. Over the next 33 days, we’d paddle four rivers and cross three Heights-of-Land to reach the Labrador Sea. Follow this 12 part video series to see the bushcraft skills we used, and in some cases invented along the way. This route is about as tough as a month long trip gets, so come along for the ride, and experience some of the most rugged wilderness in all of the Canadian north!