Day 1: Visit Big Falls where, in season, you can touch Atlantic Salmon as they struggle up the broad falls to reach their spawning grounds in the headwaters, from there head for Gros Morne National Park. Spend the afternoon hiking trails along Trout River Pond. These highlight the contrast between barren, spectacular rock from an ancient seabed while, only a stone’s throw away, dense forests offer a home for wildlife.
Day 2: Green Gardens Hike. Hike from Trout River Valley, through forests which moose call home, and down to the sea. Explore caves and sea stacks, sit on cliffs and watch fishers at work, or stroll the wild meadows where sheep still wander free. Bring a lunch as you will want to dally on this coast.
Day 3: Time to explore the North side of the park. Stop by the Visitor Information Center to learn more about the park. Then, it’s off to visit Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse where you will be a taste of the life of a light keeper in days long gone. After lunch head for a short boardwalk hike across the bog (known locally as a "mish") to the start of Western Brook Pond. Here you will board a boat for the most popular trip in Newfoundland.
As you pass into the land locked fjord, imagine the ice climbers who come from around the world to spend days going straight up these 2000 ft cliffs! After this day of nature’s wonders it’s time for a taste of Newfoundland culture. An evening of local delicacies and theater will immerse you in the history and hopes of the hardy people that have populated this remote island.
Day 4: You choose:
The first option: A slow pace - for those looking to relax, visit the historic sites and meander through the fishing towns spread along the coast.
Second option: Let’s go! Head for Gros Morne Mountain. The highest peak in the park, this mountain offers spectacular views from its trails. This hike will take all day, so carry a lunch.
Day 5: Off on your iceberg hunt. Despite their size, finding these giants can prove challenging. Luckily you will have a secret weapon – us. With our kayaking experience and network of pilots, kayakers, and friends we track the best locations for bergs each day. Stroll the beaches or climb the hills overlooking the hidden coves where the massive bergs hide. For those game to visit them in their natural habitat we also offer an optional outing where we will kayak in sheltered bays.
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Canada Newfoundland Outdoor: Land Rambler Hiking & Trekking Wildlife Viewing