Explore the most popular Parks 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
1 day ago

Not my favourite trail but it is nice and easy!

on Trout River Pond Trail

hiking
1 day ago

This is not a hard trail, but it’s a moderate distance. It provides great views of Trout River Pond and the often overlooked Trout River fjord. This trail brings you to the back of the Tablelands. Make sure you go to the very end and take a moment to enjoy the view in a set of red chairs.

on Green Gardens Trail

hiking
1 day ago

This trail is worth it for the views and sea stacks at the end.

on Tablelands Trail

hiking
1 day ago

It’s worthwhile to take the guided tour of this short trail, offered frequently by GMNP interpretation staff. But for a totally different experience, take the “off-track” Tablelands full hike.

on Lookout Trail

hiking
1 day ago

This trail was drastically improved for the 2019 season. It’s a steady climb to the top but about an hour of work provides fantastic views of GMNP. Make sure to complete the old loop at the top of the hill which provides some additional vantage points of the Tablelands.

on Southeast Brook Falls

hiking
1 day ago

Easy access to great viewing!

on Tablelands Off-Trail Loop

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rocky
1 day ago

The “full” Tablelands hike is an incredible experience with outstanding views. Give yourself a full day for this climb. Leave the viewing platform at the end of the national park designated hiking trail and wind up through Winterhouse Brook canyon, staying to the left of the streams. It’s a climb over big boulders to the top of the canyon but you will feel as though you are on another planet. Hike across the top of the Tablelands and come down around the edge of the “bowl”, which will lead you back to the main trail. You will see few people and maybe a few caribou!

on Western Brook Pond Trail

hiking
1 day ago

This route has become a road with little charm but is an easy walk or bike to spectacular views of Western Brook Fjord. Take the side loop towards Snug Harbour.

on Green Point

hiking
1 day ago

Short trail to a viewpoint over Green Point. Go at low tide to appreciate the sea level rock formations. There is a set of stairs for easy access to the beach.

on Burnt Hill

hiking
1 day ago

This trail, steep in sections, provides a wonderful and easy viewing opportunity to see Norris Point, Neddies Harbour, the “arms” of Bonne Bay and gorgeous views of The Tablelands.

on Berry Hill Pond

hiking
1 day ago

A nice flat, easy trail. Unfortunately often wet and muddy.

on Berry Head Pond Trail

hiking
1 day ago

This is the perfect after supper or early morning stroll. Lots of boardwalk and an abundance of wildflowers and gnarled trees. You will often see frogs, rabbits, moose and beaver. Beautiful views of the back of Gros Morne Mountain from the back of the pond.

on Berry Hill Trail

hiking
1 day ago

A great short trail, that has a bit of a climb but provides multiple viewpoints of the park.

on Gros Morne Coastal Trail

hiking
1 day ago

I love this trail and walk it several times every summer. It’s a flat easy trail with access to tuckamore shelters! There are a huge variety of wildflowers. You can extend this trail by walking through Green Point campground, by the dog park and on to the spectacular views at Green Point.

hiking
1 day ago

Easy, flat trail with lots of boardwalk. Can do it in sneakers. The final section, at the viewing platforms of the falls can be wet. Be sure to walk the extra loop on the way out. This loop is near the moose protected zone but goes in the opposite direction.

This trail is a difficult climb but worth it for the view, a nice reward! Entrance to the trail is poorly marked and also difficult to find the other side of the trail to come back down.

on Gros Morne Mountain Trail

hiking
rocky
1 day ago

I have hiked this multiple times and the scenery only improves! A challenging but great climb with tremendous views. You need footwear with ankle support and lots of water.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
1 day ago

This trail was beautiful but a little difficult to navigate. Could definitely benefit from a little better signage!!

hiking
2 days ago

Great trail. It was pretty busy today (Sunday) but most people respected social distancing. The views and bridge are absolutely amazing! We even seen a baby seal! Surprisingly the kids took an unexpected swim as it was about 24 degrees on the 31 of May!!! Highly recommend checking this place out for sure!

Excellent trail for beginners! Roughly 40 minutes each way, with breaks. Heavy root system all over the trail, but would be able to complete in blundstones or sneakers. Should also note a lot of inclines, my Fitbit tracked roughly 60 flights of stairs.

hiking
2 days ago

Hard to follow the trail as there are multiple one ways only due to COVID.

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rocky
2 days ago

Great photography trail if you turn up at sunrise in the fall. I took some of my best photos last year at sunrise one morning. Stunning reflection with ducks everywhere.

hiking
2 days ago

Nice trail. Mostly a walk in the woods with access to the lookout closed due to COVID19. I imagine there is a great view

hiking
flooded
3 days ago

Always a great little trail with the kids. currently covered in moose droppings, every 5 meters or so. Also the waterfall is flooding in over the top lookout a bit right now so use caution with small kids.

hiking
3 days ago

Beautiful Trail. Suspension bridge has such a nice view.

hiking
blowdown
no shade
3 days ago

Leave no trace fellow hikers!

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