Explore the most popular fishing 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.

hiking
2 months ago

A beautiful leisurely trail. The fall colors were stunning and water sounds were soothing.

walking
3 months ago

Well maintained with lots of nice spots to view the river. Popular area for salmon fishers, moose, beaver, ducks and other wildlife. Be careful when water levels are high; this area often floods.

walking
3 months ago

One of my favourite secret spots. A short but very steep, unmarked trail brings you to a beautiful swimming and salmon fishing spot next to a waterfall along Mint Brook.

hiking
3 months ago

Easy, scenic trail.

My personal favourite close to home.

Lovely trail! A must do if you visit this off-the-beaten-path community.

hiking
4 months ago

What a nice surprise! The trail is rough and very slippery after the rain but the view at the end is awesome. The trailhead is unmarked and can be hard to find. Ask the attendance at the nearby campground for directions. Too bad it looks like locals use this area as a party spot from all the garbage in the river otherwise I would have given 5-stars.

Very interesting spot where the river flows into and out of an underground cave. There are more trails then what we walked if we had more time to explore.

Beautiful swimming hole ( I’d rate it 5/5 if that was the case ) I found the actual trail really hard to follow and the trail isn’t kept up . I will be doing it again but next time I’ll be sure to have the map printed off . No cell service and I didn’t have it saved to my phone . Hiking boots are a must with this one :) beautiful scenery .

Absolutely stunning! Easy trail which takes you along the rver to a breath taking view of Rencontre Lake and the Fjords. A must if you are in the area!

Love this trail so much . Great spot to picnic or beach out .

This, less frequented. section of trail in Thomas Howe Forest is a rough and muddy, but scenic trail that loops along Gander lake and back along a old logging road. There are many spots to stop and take in the view of Gander Lake, Newfoundland's third largest lake. Their is evidence from old plane crashes in the area. It took about 2 hours to walk the entire loop with 2 small children slowing us down.
Its a nice hike if you are looking for something a bit be challenging than the main trails in Thomas Howe

hiking
5 months ago

a very nice trail with two ways to go up. Make sure to Take the Governor’s stairs as well either up or down.

This quick hike leads you to one of the best swimming holes I've ever been to. Absolutely beautiful! However, there was lots of garbage left from people partying at the waterfall.

Great easy walk with all the awesome outdoor/ water sounds.

hiking
10 months ago

This is a nice easy trail which has an option for an additional side trail to a look-out which overlooks Trinity Bay and the community of Trinity. Well maintained with many educational signs which showcase the areas rich logging history. There are also volley ball courts, picnic areas, playgrounds and a swimming area with change rooms at the trail head.

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Monday, October 23, 2017