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Baker's Brook Fall Trail from Berry Hill

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Gros Morne National Park

Baker's Brook Fall Trail from Berry Hill is a 6.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Glenburnie-Birchy Head-Shoal Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 6.1 mi Elevation gain 803 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Cross country skiing

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Snowshoeing

Forest

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Paul K
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Stephanie M.
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Hiking

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.

Subtumbo G
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Hiking

Great easy trail, tho a large portion was unevenful the falls were quite impressive, Make sure to go to both lookout points at the end only took 2.5 hours round trip total on a warm fall day

Lauren Murray
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Good easy trail. I saw a moose.

Andrew Price
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Falls at the end were great to see. Made for some awesome photos. The hike itself was long and somewhat uneventful. Flat, mainly boardwalk. The education signs were a nice touch. Definitely go to the moose exclosure. It's not that far off the main trail and honestly, should just be part of the main trail. We did this in connection with the Berry Hill trail. That is a must. great views from the top. Full walking time was about 3 hours. 3.5 hours if we include lunch at the falls.

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Brianna Mitchell
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This trail is beautifully maintained! It’s a lot of open field, and not too much thick forest so you really get a chance to see what’s around you - even if it’s just open fields! The waterfall is beautiful and has a few lookout points so you can see it from different angles!

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Domenica Ganguli
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Hiking

Lovely. Wooden path convenient for the boggy areas. some stairs at the end but worth the short climb. Detour to see the moose exclosure was a bonus.

Jey W.
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Thomas R.
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Mark Wilson
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Hiking

More educational than a hike. Quite easy conditions. Well done educational signs and the moose EXclosure is well worth the small detour.

Denis Kismic
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The trail was completed on 25th of July 2019 This is a long walk through the forests, clearings and grass fields. If you like flowers and vegetation, this is the trail for you. It’s a long way to get to the falls but they are beautiful, however you won’t be able to see all the levels of it. The bottom level is inaccessible so you can only see the middle section and the top section individually. You cannot see them from one ventage point but from 2 different lookouts. It would be nice if they could create a trail that would lead to the pond. This is a great trail to do with kids. There are lots of information billboards that you can learn from. The trail was completed in 2 hours.

Joe Walsh
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Hiking

Easy to complete, 3hrs with kids, nice view of the falls. The information signs were fun to read. I do recommend taking the extra side trail to the moose free enclosure to see the effects moose have on the forest, I was blown away.

Tanner Klippenstein
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Hiking

Was a good easy hike. Nice waterfalls at the end for sure. It’s cool to see the moose exclosure zone and the impact they’ve had on the concentration of different plants

Stephanie Robinson
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Hiking

I just did the Berry Hill loop portion of this trail. Nice and quiet through the woods. Signs says30-60 min which is accurate. I’m not an avid hiker or in great shape but it only took me about 40 min total. About 5 -6 flights of stairs (if you can measure trail stairs in “flights”). A work out to get to the top, but a payoff with some lovely views. A local described this trail to me as the “poor man’s Gros Morne peak”- some great views if you don’t have the time or stamina to do the big full day mountain hike. Well worth it.

Andreas Schmitz
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Schöne Wanderung über Holzsteg und schmalen Pfad. Am Ende zum Wasserfall ein klein wenig schwieriger. Landschaftlich schön und auch abwechslungsreich. Gestern keine Belästigung durch Insekten.

Miles W
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Hiking

Just did the Baker's Brook Falls part of the trail (this was pretty close to 6 miles) and thought it was a very easy trail, but I still really enjoyed it. I liked the long stretches of boardwalk over the marsh areas and the waterfall was impressive. Definitely a good trail!

Ski Mom
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Hiking

Easy trail out and back. Flat and good footing the whole way. Interesting history displays along the way keep your curiosity. The falls are beautiful and well worth the walk in.

Ski C.
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Laura Chilvers
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My favourite trail in Gros Morne!

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

Rachel Seymour
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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!

Tyler Brenot
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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

Guy Lichter
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Hiking

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.

Michael Parkes
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Hiking

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

Steven Ricks
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David Everingham
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Jessica Rose
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Logan Moore
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Nataliya N.
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