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Newfoundland: Gros Morne Hike

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 7 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 12 people
Destination(s): Newfoundland  
Specialty Categories: Hiking & Trekking   Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting  
Season: July - October
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1795 Canadian Dollar (CAD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 2595 Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Gros Morne National Park, where the incomparable landscape and unique natural history have earned it a place on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. You will hike to the top of Gros Morne Mountain and take a boat into a fjord akin to those of Norway. While you enjoy the landscape, the wildlife, the people, and the history, your comfortable support van will link the best walks of the region. We look forward to showing you around!
You will hike to the top of Gros Morne Mountain and take a boat into a fjord akin to those of Norway. While you enjoy the landscape, the wildlife, the people, and the history, your comfortable support van will link the best walks of the region. We look forward to showing you around!

Highlights: Hike along the earth's mantle. Spontaneous moose encounters by the roadside. West coast sunsets over dinner. Live singing, dinner theatre, and entertainment. Caribou, seafood, berries, jams, and Purity Kisses!

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1:
Meet at the Deer Lake Airport for one-hour drive to Gros Morne National Park where you will become acquainted with your group mates and trip leaders over a hearty home-style dinner. D
Gros Morne Cabins; or
Oceanview Hotel, Rocky Harbour

Day 2: Hike up to 14km/9 miles, 814m/2671ft elevation; drive up to 1 hour
Hike the Tablelands – an eerie, alien landscape remnant of rock that once lay beneath the ancient Iapetus Ocean, and is now a visible part of the earth’s mantle. A four-hour hike along the shores of Trout River Pond Fjord explores this rocky terrain so geologically and naturally unique that it is a key component to Gros Morne National Park’s UNESCO World Heritage Site designation. Mostly treeless because of the toxicity of the soil and the exposed landscape, trees that do survive are stunted and very old. The hiking trail passes through meadows, shrubby forest and then strikes out across the barren Tablelands for an expansive view of Trout River Pond Fjord. BL
Gros Morne Cabins; or
Oceanview Hotel, Rocky Harbour

Day 3: 8-hour hike; 806m/2600ft elevation
Hike to the top of Gros Morne Mountain, where caribou are sometimes seen in the arctic alpine landscape atop the Long Range Mountains. Rock ptarmigan and arctic hares are also frequently seen. This is a difficult eight-hour hike, rewarded (weather permitting) by phenomenal views over Ten-Mile Pond, the Long Range Mountains, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Return to your inn to freshen up before exploring independent dinner options in Rocky Harbour – a pretty community with gorgeous sunsets! Once on the summit, we watch for arctic hare, rock ptarmigan and woodland caribou. If you would like a less strenuous challenge, there is an option to turn around at the base of the mountain, above the tree line.
Gros Morne Cabins; or
Oceanview Hotel, Rocky Harbour

Day 4: Kayak up to 5km/3 miles, walk up to 6km/4 miles, boat tour; drive up to 1 hour
Extending over 20km inland from the Gulf of St. Lawrence is thesheltered fjord of Bonne Bay. Explore this rich marine environment by sea kayak. Minke whales, eagles, terns, mink, mergansers and kingfishers are common sightings on the bay throughout summer, and there are spectacular views of Gros Morne Mountain and the Tablelands. After lunch, take the coastal lowland walk across bogs and limestone ridges to Western Brook Pond fjord, a spectacular freshwater lake hemmed in by 650m high rock walls. This fascinating boat tour explores its 16km length where you will see the spectacular waterfalls that tumble from the alpine plateau. BL
Gros Morne Cabins; or
Oceanview Hotel, Rocky Harbour

Day 5: Hike 9km/5miles or 15km/9miles; drive 1 hour
Today’s hike takes in the volcanic coastline of Green Gardens, a spectacular walk, partly along the ocean’s edge, where temperate, boreal, and arctic species co-exist. Brook trout and Arctic char find a home together, as do rhododendrons and Lapland Rosebay. The hike traverses an ancient sea floor and descends into a lush boreal forest to a coastline of sea-stacks, cliffs and grassy meadows. BL
Gros Morne Cabins; or
Oceanview Hotel, Rocky Harbour

Day 6: Hike up to 15km/9 miles; drive up to 1 hour
The Lookout Hills hike offers the best panoramic view of Gros Morne National Park. You can see the Tablelands, the coastal lowland, the Long Range Mountains, and Bonne Bay’s picturesque villages of Norris Point and Woody Point. This is an off trail hike through forest, across alpine fens, and up rock ridges. Seeing other hikers on this route is a rarity, but moose, caribou, and ptarmigan are often seen. Return to Rocky Harbour for a final dinner together. BLD
Gros Morne Cabins; or
Oceanview Hotel, Rocky Harbour

Day 7: Farewell
Following your breakfast you’ll be transferred to Deer Lake Airport arriving by 10:00am. B

“This was a spectacular, challenging trip – I loved every minute!”
- Anne Cramer

“…very professional at all times and knew what to do to make each and every one of us feel safe and at ease…” - Barbara Troutman

Notes:
Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Start: Deer Lake airport, 17:00 day one.
Finish: Deer Lake airport, 10:00 day seven.
Guided Cost: $2595 (per person, includes 7 days, 6 nights, 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 2 dinners, ½ day seakayak excursion; one fjord boat trip, entrance fees to Gros Morne National Park, van and guide support, luggage handling)
Self-guided Cost: $1795 (per person, includes 7 days, 6 nights, 6 breakfasts, ground transportation, ½ day seakayak excursion, one fjord boat trip, trail maps)
Single Occupancy: $585

Extend your stay: Fly to St. John's to visit the sights and sounds of this vibrant city or be the first person in North America to watch the sun rise at Cape Spear, or join our St. John's & Trinity Bike or Hike adventures.

All details and pricing are subject to change without notice.
13% sales tax applies, but a 50% refund will be applied for non-Canadians.

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M06468 helped forge industry standards for active holidays and they remain leaders in the world of outdoor fun. Offering guided or self-guided options their services extend in all directions to include cycling, hiking, sea-kayaking, and multi sport holidays. Trips range in difficulty from easy family fun to tough...

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