Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Newfoundland and Labrador with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
1 day ago

While the weather wasn’t exactly great during our hike, the trail and scenery were still beautiful. I recommend wearing sturdy boots, as there are a lot of tree roots, and mud (when there has been significant rainfall). There’s a small river to cross as well, and although it was overflowing due to rain, we were still able to cross. Take caution and watch your step ! Towards the end we found a great lookout where we decided to have a small boil up. Overall a great experience :)

hiking
11 days ago

Amazing trail with a 360 º panoramic view. Last part is a little bit steep, so careful on your way back.

Trail is fantastic. A couple of great beaches and a bunch of lookouts. Park at the south section as there is no parking at the north end. Easily walk back to the car park on the main road.

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rocky
18 days ago

Great trail! Easy hike - unless you pick the difficult rocky descent & ascent! Gorgeous ocean views. Beautiful little waterfall along the way. Trail well worn, rocky at times, good workout. Be careful on The Beamer on windy days :)

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Scenic, informative and quite interesting. Equally nice was the cleanliness of the trail. Definitely worth the time!

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muddy
off trail
1 month ago

Some nice views especially when the waves are high but the trail is just an old atv trail with no signs giving you direction of where to go. Lots of garbage and vandalism along the trail really takes away from the beauty of the area. I only did the northern loop because it started to rain. The southern loop appears to be more developed and well marked.

Trail is well marked. To hike from Petty Harbor to the trail head for the Spout Path (about 14km) took under 4 hours. The views are nice, typical of the East Coast Trail.

Beautiful!!! Couldn’t find seal lookout but the lighthouse was worth it for sure

Such a beautiful hike! Very worth going to all the view points and having lunch at the arch

hiking
1 month ago

Incredible views!

Awesome! Amazing views.

hiking
1 month ago

Absolutely stunning!!! This was a gorgeous hike but not for the faint of heart or beginners. There are many steep inclines and sometimes the trail is a little hard to find. Both these things being said, I highly recommend this hike. Wow!

hiking
1 month ago

when starting make sure to take the path on the right until you see the signs signalling the trail head. about a 4 min wak in. Once you get going on the trail it is Beautiful. Also nice for trail running, but watch as it is a little technical.

hiking
1 month ago

Amazing trail, beautiful views, lots of places to stop for a picnic, and a great place to forage berries and chanterelles!!

Do the loop, worth the walk

Easy... flat trail that rewards you with a beautiful fjord! A little too touristy! Busy

hiking
1 month ago

Great scenic hike! Short but sweet! Served its purpose!

Awesome hike! Loved the views, and the arch was worth the hike.

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muddy
1 month ago

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rocky
1 month ago

Crooked Tree Park is a nice place to bring the family for a picnic and day swimming. The trail is stroller and wheelchair friendly. The pond is one of the only places nearby that you can swim in without getting hypothermia. It’s freshwater so it’s a lot warmer and nicer to swim in than the saltwater at Sandy Cove. A nice way to spend a warm summers day.

Warning. Sections of trail follow the shoreline and can be impassable during high tide. Check with park staff on tide schedule if you plan on doing this entire trail

Some pretty scenery but as others have mentioned, this is mostly just the hike to get to the tour boat. Western Brook Pond is stunning, so if you’re taking the tour, the ends more than justify the means. If you’re not taking the tour, this trail isn’t a complete waste of time but should be down your list of priorities while at Gros Morne.

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