Newfoundland and Labrador Trails

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There’s nothing like spending time outdoors in the Maritimes to give you an appreciation for rugged nature. With over 100 kilometres of trails, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Gros Morne National Park has you exploring majestic fjords, cascading waterfalls, towering...
When I received the opportunity to spend a week exploring Newfoundland, I knew exactly what I wanted to do: get outside. The most easterly province in Canada offers explorers a broad selection of historic and scenic hiking trails. Get ready...
Fog horns, craggy cliffs and colourful jellybean row houses fill the city of St. John’s. This historic settlement is a quiet capital city, perched on the ocean, close to nature and a perfect starting point for exploring the stunning Maritime...
City: Deer Lake Region: King's Point Province/State: Newfoundland and Labrador Country: Canada Difficulty Moderate Time 3 - 5 hours Round Trip Distance 10 km Elevation Gain 335 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly Yes Central Newfoundland is a place of rich culture and friendly people. The town of King’s Point, set on a inlet about...
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