Hebron lies at the mouth of the Hebron Fjord on the remote shore of Kangershutsoak Bay on the north eastern coast of Labrador. From here the Torngat range extends northward for 120 miles. You can visit the old Missionary site, a National Historic monument. Hebron was the northernmost of the Moravian Brethren's Labrador missions. Established in 1829, it was abandoned in 1959 but the buildings remain, having been declared a national monument in 1970. Nearby is Cape Mugford, home to unique volcanic rock formations.
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