Welcome to Gros Morne National Park
The stunning flat-top mountains and deeply incised waterways of this national park are simply supernatural playgrounds. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1987, the park offers special significance to geologists as a blueprint for the planet. The bronze-colored Tablelands feature rock from deep within the earth's crust, supplying evidence for theories such as plate tectonics. Nowhere else in the world is such... Read More
Top experiences in Gros Morne National Park
Gros Morne National Park activities
10-Day Newfoundland and Maritime Tour from Halifax to Moncton
Day 1 : Halifax to Pleasant Bay (Cape Breton)After a friendly welcome from your guide, head towards the Cape Breton Highlands, which are home to Canada's Scottish heritage. You’ll hike the famous Skyline Trail. Stay in a hostel located on the Cape Breton Road. (Dinner included).Day 2: Pleasant Bay to Baddeck (Bear on the Lake Cape Breton)This morning, you have the option to take an amazing whale watching tour in the Atlantic Ocean (own expense). Drive along the Cabot trail and stop for an easy hike up the Skyline Ridge. Spend this evening beside the lake and roast some marshmallows at the campfire. (Dinner included).Day 3: Baddeck to Norris PointBoard the ferry to Newfoundland (6 hours). Drive to Norris Point, a picturesque coastal community located near Gros Morne National Park. Day 4: Gros Morne National ParkTake advantage of the many optional activities available, including sea kayaking, boat tour through freshwater fjords, or the famous hike up Gros Morne Mountain. In the evening, relax and enjoy dinner cooked by your guide. (Dinner included).Day 5: Norris Point to BotwoodSpend time hiking in Gros Morne National park before you drive to the town of Botwood. Botwood is centered around its sheltered, deep water port. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to see some magnificent icebergs floating by. At night, you'll have a group meal at the hostel (included).Day 6: Botwood to Trinity EastContinue your drive through the Bonavista Peninsula to a small town called Trinity East. Here, you'll explore the area by walking the famous Skerwink Trail. After a full day of hiking, enjoy a relaxing group dinner. (Dinner included).Day 7: Trinity East to St. John'sStop at St. Johns, one of North America’s oldest cities. Join your guide for a city walk and then relax (or party) with some drinks on George Street which is known for its many pubs and bars. This is your opportunity to get “Screeched in” at a local pub!Day 8: St. John'sEnjoy a free day in St. Johns.Day 9: St. John’s to FerryOn the way back to the mainland, take note that this area has the world's largest puffin colony, the world's southernmost caribou herd, and some of the world's oldest and rarest marine fossils. You will board the ferry in the early evening for an overnight adventure across the sea!Day 10: Ferry to MonctonJourney back into New Brunswick today and stop to take a tour of Hopewell Rocks, where you can see and learn about the incredible tidal changes which are some of the largest in the world! Tonight, join your guide for a city walk and night out on the town!