Ramah Bay

  • Ramah Bay
  • Newfoundland & Labrador

From 1871 to 1908, Ramah Bay was a small mission run by the Moravian church. Today, the area is part of Torngat Mountains National Park. Ramah is well known as an abundant summer hunting, fishing and berry picking location by the Nunatsiavut Inuit, as well as for its ancient Chert Quarry. Cherts from the Ramah Bay is visually distinct from other types, a high quality, semi-translucent light grey stone  Indigenous peoples have been present in the area for at least 7,000 years.

Did you know that Ramah Bay, in Labrador, is almost the size of Prince Edward Island? This 9,000 square kilometer area is well known as an abundant summer hunting, fishing and berry picking location by the Nunatsiavut Inuit.