We did the ferry out of Nova Scotia to Newfoundland. We camped next to a Dodge 3500 4x4, jacked up, big tires, beefed suspension with a large pickup camper on it. He had obviously done his homework before making the trip. I asked him about going over to Labrador with my fiver and coming back down that highway. His eyes got quite large, looked my rig and said "no way - - don't even think about it." He said it
was fine with his setup, but would never try and drag a trailer up that highway. Mostly dirt, lots of washouts in the wrong time of the year, tough on the equipment. I think the previous poster has it right. Spend your time in Newfoundland on the west side - - much more to see and a lot less wear on equipment. Remember, I only
quoting what I was told - - not personal experience on the Lab side, only the Newfoundland side - - and it was wonderful.
2003 Dodge HO 6 speed Laramie Dually, Jordan controller, RDS fuel tank, Air Ride 25K hitch
Carriage 36' fiver, Onan 6500, Prosine 2K inverter, 3 slides, MORyde IS and Kingpin