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Driving To Chisasibi

Toronto, Canada
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Driving To Chisasibi

I'm planning a trip to Chisasibi and I'm debating whether to rent a Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk or a Volvo S60 Cross Country. The Volvo is undoubtedly a much nicer car but it is in the end just a lifted sedan. Are the roads bad enough in April to justify the extra 1.5 inches of ground clearance, skid plates, and other more offroad features that the Cherokee has? In the past, I've driven to Labrador City in the winter and I was definitely glad to have chosen a Grand Cherokee.

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Georgetown, Canada
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1. Re: Driving To Chisasibi

The road to Chisasibi is paved and you will have no problems driving in a regular car. From Chisasibi to the beach at Jame Bay or to the ferry (barge) to Fort George is rougher and corduroy roads but a regular car will do it just as easily. However if you plan on taking the ferry to Fort George ($40 cost per vehicle...$20 for senior driver), getting off the ferry on the island, you have a good chance of bottoming out so keep that in mind. The roads on Fort George Island are sand...if you go past the main part of the island, the sand get a bit deeper, so stay close to the east end.

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