This trip features some of the best experiences in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland.
Newfoundland is known for its rugged natural beauty, small villages by the sea and down home charm - all of which you will encounter on this tour. Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO Heritage Site that showcases the effects of continental drift and glacial action. The area has dramatic fjords, exposed earth mantle, waterfalls and alpine plateaus. It is also home to caribou and moose.
On this adventure, you will walk on the orange rocks of the earth's mantle in the area known as the Tablelands. The 806m (2600 ft) climb up Gros Morne Mountain will challenge you but it will also reward you with spectacular views from the summit (and bragging rights)! The boat tour of Western Brook Pond is sure to be a highlight of your holiday - taking you through a stunning fjord where you will see waterfalls pouring off the steep cliffs of the Long Range Mountains.
During the tour, you will walk by some of the prettiest oceansides in the area- featuring beaches, volcanic rocks and rugged cliffs. There will be many views of the Long Range Mountains, the Tablelands, and Gros Morne Mountain. The hikes will take you through tuckamore forests and meadows where the pitcher plant flourishes and grasses dance in the breeze.
Experience this great area of Newfoundland with Bootprints Hiking Tours!TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
Price: $3,995 based on minimum 3 person booking
Single supplement: $745
Included: 5 nights' accommodation, guided hikes, ground transportation from Deer Lake, 5 breakfasts, 6 lunches, snacks, park fees, Western Brook Pond boat tour
Ask about booking a private tour for your group of 3 or more. Book early to secure your spot.
Prices are per person; in Canadian dollars; and based on double occupancy. Taxes not included in price.
Details may change without notice.