Once visitors are settled, the excitement and adventure of Gros Morne National Park awaits! The park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is renowned for it’s geological history and scenic beauty, a fact proven by the 130,000 tourists who visit every year.

Summer Activities

In the summer, hiking trails and backcountry adventures will take you through fascinating landscapes teeming with wildlife. The Park offers boat tours which venture into spectacular glacially carved valleys like Trout River Pond and Western Brook Pond Fjord, or travel back in time for a glimpse of some of the oldest rock in the world, the Tablelands.

Gros Morne Trails

Guests can unwind with a quiet stroll through the numerous walking trails behind Middle Brook’s carefully landscaped countryside, play with children in the newly built playground, or visit the waterfall and natural pools. Click for Trail Guide.

Winter Activities

During winter, the Tablelands offer a challenge to telemark skiers, and the area provides some of the best cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in Western Newfoundland.