Getting Here

On the Northern Bank of the Humber River in Western Newfoundland, Canada

Humber Valley Resort is located in the Appalachian Mountain range, on the northern bank of the Humber River and Deer Lake in western Newfoundland, Canada’s most easterly province. Only 20 minutes drive from Deer Lake Regional Airport, which offers direct flights from major Canadian centres, Humber Valley Resort provides luxurious accommodation and facilities year round within the peace and seclusion of a Canadian forest retreat.

Air

Humber Valley Resort is only 20 minutes drive from Deer Lake Airport (YDF) which was recently enlarged to meet the growing demand to the region. Most major Canadian air carriers link with Deer Lake (YDF) providing scheduled accessibility from the international airports of Halifax, NS (YHZ), Montréal, QB (YUL), St. John’s, NL (YYT) and Toronto, ON (YYZ).

Road

Humber Valley Resort is located on the Trans Canada Highway (TCH) between the towns of Corner Brook and Deer Lake at the point where Deer Lake flows into the Lower Humber River. The TCH is fast and wide and provides excellent access to the Resort.

Directions

From Deer Lake Airport (YDF) – turn right onto the TCH heading westbound towards Corner Brook. Proceed past the town of Deer Lake and follow the TCH for approximately 30 km. To access Humber Valley Resort, take Exit 11 off the highway. At the stop sign at the bottom of the offramp, take a right and proceed for approximately 200 yards, then take a left and cross the bridge.

From Corner Brook, heading eastbound, follow the highway for approximately 20 km. Take Exit 11 of the highway. At the stop sign at the bottom of the offramp, take a left, then take a second left and cross under the highway. Follow the road for approximately 200 yards, then take a left and cross the bridge.

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*Humber Valley Resort is located in the western region of Newfoundland & Labrador

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