T'Railway Provincial Park - Exploits Valley Trail
A 2-leg trail: Leg 1, 26-km trail between Grand Falls-Windsor and Badger. Approximate walking time 6 hours. Part of the trail runs parallel to the Exploits, a major salmon river. The terrain is relatively level. Leg 2, 38-km trail through Norris Arm and Grand Falls - Windsor, running through Bishop's Falls. Approximate walking time 8 hours. Trail has not yet been upgraded, but the 282.5-m trestle at Bishop's Falls, the longest in the province, has been redecked.
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