Explore the most popular snowshoeing 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
1 month ago

This was an easy hiking loop that can be seen here: https://youtu.be/WZs1DBFtFu4

It was an easy hike that is pet friendly. Our dog did get some painful red ant bites, so do watch for those anthills.

If you are in the area, you must stop here. You will probably be in and out in twenty to thirty minutes depending on how long you'd like to stay and take pictures.

snowshoeing
2 months ago

I walked this area in the fall. Its very difficult in spots as there are no marked trails and much of the area is wet and boggy. I recommend visiting the area in the winter when the bog is frozen over.

on Nature Trail

hiking
2 months ago

My family and me use these trails in both the summer and winter. Great hiking trails with geocaching along the way! In the winter they have some great snowshoeing trails.

hiking
2 months ago

A nice walk through a old spruce forest. Not much to see along the way but the lookout is spectacular!

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.

hiking
3 months ago

Amazing! Must do while you're in Fogo

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful Trail! Well maintained and easy if you start from the southern trailhead. Starting from the north means you have to climb hundreds of stairs which is more difficult.

This is the site of an abandoned ski hill. The trail is very overgrown. There are makeshift campsites along the trail. A nice place to have a "boil-up" or campfire but nearby Thomas Howe trails are much nicer.

Beautiful spot to watch the sun set.

hiking
4 months ago

Great place to sea puffins and whales.

hiking
4 months ago

Really nice trail with great views of Gull Pond with the Long Range Mountains in the background.

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike through forests to the Tableland. Nice views and chances to see wildlife.

walking
4 months ago

Lack-luster but its a good place to walk your dog and it's wheel chair accessible

Little-known trail which leads to a stunning 360 degree panorama view of Green Bay and Burlington.

My favourite trail in Gros Morne!

Easy as indicated. Well maintained raised path. Great view.

This is a great hike through beautiful and unique landscape. We were very impressed with how different the terrain was from other hikes in the Gros Morne National Park. The trail is very well maintained, with boardwalk much of the way....because a large portion is through marsh/bog. We were attacked by black flies for a good portion of the hike. They really loved my 7 year old son! The flies were more annoying than anything else, and caused bites that bled but didn't itch or cause any other problems. The waterfalls at the end are definitely worth the hike!

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

The view at the end is worth the trek with the tablelands on one side of the valley and the more familiar hills stretching out opposite. As you travel along the small pond you cross a ton of streams, dipping the trail down and up, otherwise it would be flat until the narrows where you climb up to the base of the tablelands. Depending on the flow you may be able to fill up bottles with cool crisp water flowing down off the edge of the tablelands (I drank it unpurified, I'm fine)

The main trail is quite easy, mostly flat, most of the way is narrow boardwalk over soft boggy ground. There's two branches one through a fascinating moose "exclosure" and a more scenic branch to Little Pond. The falls are very impressive. The trail is more like 9km if you exclude the branches, it's the claimed 10 with them

Short and easy trail that takes you to a viewing platform with a magnificent view.

Excellent hike with varied landscapes.

The tablelands portion was beautiful with great views of the surrounding area. Not a lot of traffic on this trail either compared to some of the others so the solitude was nice. The second mile to mile and a half is fairly narrow and muddy with a lot of vegetation overhanging the trail. Some of it was either hogweed or cow parsnip so keep an eye out for it and steer clear. I wouldn’t go out of my way to do this trail again but it definitely was a nice time and had its moments. If I could skip ahead to the tablelands portion somehow I’d probably rate it higher

walking
6 months ago

Ok forested trail. Some blackflies.Trail veers onto a beach then back to the woods. A few small brooks and a larger waterfall.

We did this hike earlier today, it is a great hike, wilth an awesome waterfall at the end. The hike itself is easy with only slight elevation changes along the route. The surface is a mix of boardwalk (lots thru swampy areas) and dirt or crushed rock. The hike takes you thru many different vegetation areas and a detour thru the moose (free) enclosure easily demonstrates the impact that moose have on the local vegetation. The other detour to little pond is worthwhile, but is a little more challenging with more elevation changes... a great hike, the falls are truly spectacular.

excellent trail with the majority being flat land along the coastline

7 months ago

Great quick walk along the water

Easy hike with beautiful falls at the end. Can also be a great place to snowwshoe with a remote cabin available to rent in the winter months

hiking
7 months ago

Was pleasantly surprised with this trail. Always ask the locals what their favourite hikes are. Would hike this again in a heartbeat!

hiking
8 months ago

The most popular trail in the park, takes you along the inner reaches of Newman Sound. View shorebirds, tidal mud flats and Pissamare Falls near Headquarters Wharf. From the Visitor Centre to the Outdoor Theatre is approximately 4.7km.

From the Visitor Centre, head across the bridge over Salton’s Brook and meander along the coast of inner Newman Sound. The coastal view will weave in and out of sight. Some areas are open to the coast as a result of pockets of blow downs from recent hurricane winds. Follow the trail down to a small sandy beach and take in the view looking up and down the sound. About halfway the trail breaks out to a road and parking lot – Headquarters Wharf. Once you pick up the trail again there is a small path off to the right that leads to a small waterfall – Pissamare Falls. Back on the trail again, stroll to through the forest to Sandy Point, formed by the deposition of sediment along the coast, here you will see remnants of past human use in this area. Then wind your way into Newman Sound Day Use Area and Campground – the heart of Terra Nova National Park. This trail is easy with some moderate climbs.

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