Extraordinary opportunity to view Atlantic Salmon entering underground limestone river caves!
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The Walk-A-Ways Trail Network is an easy scenic 14.5-km signed walk through the community of Stephenville.
A walking trail along the magnificent shores of Deer Lake. A beautiful sandy beach boarders the trail where swimming, water sports and a boat launch is available.
Four interconnected trails: Killick Island Walk,
5-kms, featuring WWII bunkers, Lighthouse Point a seaside walk, the Old Railway Link a seaside walk and King Ridge Lookout.
An easy to moderate 2 hours, 6 km return walk from the parking lot to Western Brook Pond, an ancient fjord. Boat tours operate daily in the summer.
A serene trail along the Grand Codroy Estuary. The trail is a birding hotspot.
A series or boardwalks and short stairways, which leads to an amazing look-out over the Atlantic Ocean, underneath the huge cliffs of Fishing Point (a must see).
A 1.5 - 2 hour moderate to strenuous hike across Englee Island through a "crooked forest." Turn Left on Marine Side Drive to trail head at end of road.
Peer into clefts eroded deep in the limestone pavement and discover plants growing in shady rock gardens.
Scenic walk to Water Falls - great salmon fishing area.
The Winterland Eco Museum is a 3-km wheelchair accessible trail with interactive exhibits of the area's natural and cultural heritage.
A centre for the history and traditions of wooden boat building. Featuring exhibits, cultural experiential building workshops and gift kiosk.
Step back in time. A self-guided walk through the historic downtown area, the west coasts centre of commerce and law at the turn of the century. Features three registered heritage structures.