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Hiking & Walking

Western Brook Pond Trail, Gros Morne National Park
Hiker at Tors Cove
Hiking The Coastline In The Dungeon Provincial Park in Bonavista
Gros Morne National Park with Hikers
Breaching Whale
Moose in Western Newfoundland
Sandy Cove Beach, Tilting, Fogo Island
Hiking in Tilting, Fogo Island

Set against a backdrop of natural wonder, there's something about Newfoundland and Labrador that nurtures your mind, body, and soul. Here you’ll find 29,000 km of pristine coastline, dotted with beaches, sea stacks, and more than 200 hiking and walking trails, including historic footpaths between abandoned fishing communities. Along the way, witness millions of seabirds, thousands of whales, and hundreds of freshly carved icebergs. And keep an eye out for moose and boreal songbirds as you connect with the unspoiled wilderness and nature, and with the people who've walked these trails for centuries.

Hiking in the National Parks

Terra Nova National Park is home to more than 50 kilometres of trails. Ranging from half-hour strolls to multi-day hikes, the park offers something for every level of interest and ability. Try the Coastal Trail between the Visitor Centre and the main campground at Newman Sound.

Gros Morne National Park in western Newfoundland features more than 100 kilometres of trails. There are easy strolls along coastal lowlands, tough climbs like the James Callaghan Trail up the 806-metre Gros Morne Mountain, and multi-day backcountry treks including the Long Range Traverse.

Torngat Mountains National Park in northern Labrador offers extreme beauty and adventure in a wild, remote setting. Stay at the Base Camp and Research Station to experience unmatched spiritual and cultural encounters. Trek along ancient tracks in a subarctic wilderness that have been walked along for thousands of years.

The Long Walks

The East Coast Trail, along the scenic shore of the Avalon Peninsula, offers 275 kilometres of salt-scoured seaside trails through 30 coastal communities, many settled by the Irish in the 18th century. From Cape St. Francis through St. John’s to Capphayden, there are more than 20 paths, each with its own topography, history, and surprise.

Though the International Appalachian Trail along Newfoundland’s west coast is still a work in progress, lengthy stretches of wild country are already opened to long-distance hikers, and more trails are being added every year.

The Labrador Pioneer Footpath combines a series of traditional coastal paths between L’Anse-au-Clair and Pinware into a multi-day adventure with overnight accommodations along the rugged coast.

Walking Festivals

Going for a brisk walk over spectacular terrain is a great way to work up an appetite. Combine that with a bit of music and some friendly people and you’ve got Trails, Tales and Tunes, our premiere walking festival held every spring in Gros Morne National Park. Codroy Valley puts its best food forward with the Feather and Folk Nature Festival. At the Roots, Rants and Roars festival in Elliston, take a 5-kilometre looped food hike where chefs prepare scrumptious munchies along the way. And celebrate International Trails Day with a hike on the East Coast Trail.
Walking Festivals

Themed Hikes & Walks

Coastal Trails

Coastal Trails

Long before cars, if you wanted to go to the next community along the coast you walked or sailed. That’s why we have hundreds of kilometres of coastal trails. From short strolls to multi-day expeditions, you’ll find plenty to choose from.

Town & City Treks

Town & City Treks

Many towns around the province maintain short to medium length trails. While some, like the Grand Concourse in St. John’s, offer a vast network of integrated walking trails, others are much more modest. Ask a local where the trails are wherever you go and maybe they’ll join you on a stroll.

Bear

Backcountry Hikes

Both Gros Morne and Terra Nova National Park have backcountry trails that take two or three days to hike. The International Appalachian Trail in western Newfoundland is pure backcountry where you’re more likely to meet a moose than another hiker. Torngat Mountains National Park is another world entirely. Hikes here are led by Inuit polar bear guards along routes that their ancestors first used many, many generations ago.

Small Game

Provincial & National Parks

Our National and Provincial Parks provide a number of excellent walking and hiking experiences. Try the aptly named Governor’s Staircase in Blow Me Down Provincial Park, the Lookout in Butter Pot Provincial Park, or the Green Garden Trail in Gros Morne National Park.

Hiking & Walking Locations

In the areas listed below, walkers and hikers will find collections of trails that offer a variety of experiences, distances, and degrees of difficulty. There are urban strolls, coastal hikes, backcountry expeditions, and a sunset walk to a lookout and back. In these areas, visitors will also find comfortable places to stay, restaurants featuring local fare, plus craft shops, museums, and attractions – everything to complement a great walk.

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East Coast Trail Maps

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Parks Canada - Terra Nova National Park Hiking Maps

Parks Canada - Gros Morne National Park Hiking Maps

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Grand Concourse Interactive Map

Starting at $60 Per Person
This enchanting adventure begins at a turn of the century, two-room schoolhouse in beautiful Tors Cove. Learn about our Fairy lore, view local art exhibit, enjoy an interactive rug hooking demo (add some strands to a collective hooked mat), take an enchanted walk to a cobblestone beach passing colorful saltbox homes – seeking out Fairy doors along the way. Our adventure concludes with a mug up (homemade jams, breads, buns & beverages). Bring your camera – the photo opportunities are priceless.
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Fairy Door Tours

Starting at $150 Per Person
Bird·The·Rock will be offering a series of small group tours from May-August 2017. Join us for a great birding trip to Newfoundland’s beautiful boreal forests and spectacular seabird colonies! Tours are leisurely paced and do not require long or difficult hikes, however weather appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear are recommended.
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Bird-The-Rock Bird & Nature Tours

Starting at $170 Per Person
Our tour travels up the coast of Bonavista Bay through the coastal fishing communities from Bonavista to Keels. Learn about the unique history and enriched culture of each coastal town along the way. While in Keels we will stop to explore some unique geological features such as the ‘Devil’s Footprints.” Ending the tour off with a hike to the light house, which provides access to spectacular coastal scenery and remarkable geological sequences such as the Crown Hill formation at Brook Point.
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Bonavista Adventure Tours

Starting at $270 Per Couple
Upon arriving in Rose Blanche, sit & enjoy a Newfoundland brewed beer or glass of wine on one of our decks overlooking the authentic working harbour. Let us guide your private tour of the three photogenic hamlets that make up the community, followed by a three course Newfoundland dinner that will add to your memories. In the morning, explore the famous Rose Blanche Lighthouse. Stroll along the sea cliffs to museums that illustrate the history of the area & once vibrant fishing industry.
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Rose Sea Bed & Breakfast

Starting at $1000 For Two Nights
Battle Harbour provides the opportunity to reach the most easterly point of continental North America. Cape St. Charles is the furthest east you can walk on the continent without getting your feet wet. Our Boston Whaler will take you to the resettled community of Cape St. Charles Cove where you will begin your moderate 4 kilometre (2.5 mile) return loop hike. Return to Battle Harbour and converse with others in the comfort of our lounge -The Loft and watch the sunset from our deck -The Flatform.
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Battle Harbour Historic Properties

Starting at $56.52 CDN
Follow the footprints of Twillingate’s early settlers as you journey to an abandoned fishing outport on Twillingate’s South Island. Newfoundland outports are some of the oldest European settlements in Canada and their stunning seascapes and breath-taking landscapes always leave the visitor in awe. This walking tour, lasting 2 to 3 hours, complete with picnic lunch and traditional music, will take you deep into the heart of coastal culture. Discover the hidden gems of this secluded cove.
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Seaport Strollers

Starting at $70 Per Person
NL has an abundance of resources from which therapeutic ingredients can be crafted into organic beauty products. This 2-3 hour journey, will allow you to forage the beaches and the woods for boreal ingredients, while learning how our ancestor's used indigenous products. Craft a skincare product and discover tips on how you can mix natural ingredients into your own skincare regimen. Located right on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Joe's Bar provides the perfect backdrop to relax & rejuvenate.
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Joe's Bar at Random Passage Site & Tea Room

Starting at $6 Per Person
The landscape around Cape Bonavista is described as desolate and barren. However, it is rich with life. Take a walk around the Cape with our staff and explore the diversity of life. Depending on the season you’ll get a chance to taste some of the berries found in the area such as partridgeberries and blueberries. The Cape is also a great place for iceberg spotting, bird watching, and whale watching. You might even see puffins as they take off from their dens on a nearby island, only metres away.
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Cape Bonavista Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site

Starting at $56.99 Per Person
Explore the charming seaside community of Norris Point as your immersed in a walking food tour that features four different food adventures. Learn about traditional foods and local history with a "mug-up" at the heritage house. Explore the lush forest surrounding the hills of Bonne Bay learning about wild edibles and beach-comb on one of Norris Point’s wild shorelines. This tour allows you to get outside while enjoying some of the best local food and craft beer in Gros Morne National Park!
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Taste of Gros Morne

Starting at $150 Per Person
Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with a walk on the Wonderstrand at the edge of the Labrador Sea. Like all good treasure hunts, getting here is half the adventure, what you find will leave you spellbound. The Wonderstrand is a beautiful sand beach that stretches for 54 km along Atlantic Ocean edge. Visit the Southern tip of the Wonderstrand, the place where the Vikings walked as they explored North America, where aboriginal people hunted and lived for 7000 years. Stay longer, walk further.

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Experience Labrador

Starting at $600 Per Person
Have you thought of surfing in the Labrador Sea? Bring you surf board along on your hike just in case the surf is up. Hike the southern part of the amazing Wonderstrand, dig for clams, pick mussels, camp along the shore.

The hardest part for us is deciding what to leave out so there is always room for you to make the trip your own but we have an itinerary we think will highlight our gems for those who don’t get to call this place home. Soft adventure journey that begins in an open boat.

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Experience Labrador

Starting at $250 Per Person
If it's adventure you seek or if it's one of those "bucket list" items you want to check off, BonTours can make it happen! Begin your day with a leisurely stroll to the dock. A speedy shuttle ride will then transport you to the head of Western Brook Pond where you will begin your authentic experience hiking up the gulch. Immerse yourself in nature's beauty and make that once in a lifetime memory!
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BonTours

Starting at $299 Per Couple
Our inn is nestled hillside with a breathtaking view of Newman Sound and Happy Adventure Harbour, Powell's Cove.

The Adventure at the Inn package includes:

One nights accommodations for two – with oceanfront view,

Dinner for two at Chucky’s Seafood and Wild game restaurant – ($65 Value),

Complimentary bottle of house wine – choice of red or white ($30 Value),

Gift certificate for on-site Art Studio ($50 Value),

Homemade breakfast for two from 8am-10am each day.

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Inn at Happy Adventure

Starting at $155 Per Person
Offering a selection of guided hikes that allow you to discover the stunning, coastal paths of the East Coast Trail. Hike along rugged cliffs and charming communities while looking out for icebergs, whales, and seabirds. Hikes vary in difficulty and length to suit all needs, and can be customized to fit your itinerary. Self-guided options are available for independent travelers. All guided day hikes include a delicious lunch and transportation to and from St. John's.
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Best Kind Hiking Tours

Starting at $95 Per Person
Search for the mighty moose and explore for rare plants and wildlife on this evening walk in the park. Many of our local trails provide the perfect evening escape for those staying in Rocky Harbour or Norris Point. Learn all about moose in the park and try your hand at calling one out. Enjoy the chance to photograph rare plants and listen for migrating birds. Get to forage for “goods from the woods” and enjoy a local mug-up while watching the sunset into the ocean.
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Tour Gros Morne

Starting at $1295 Per Person
Backpack deep into the wilderness of Gros Morne National Park! In addition to an experience in self-reliance, character building, and physical challenge you will see a dramatic mountain landscape of glacier carved fjords, lush valleys, numerous streams, ponds and Arctic alpine barrens. And you might just see moose, caribou, Arctic hare and rock ptarmigan. Local guides lead our backpacking adventures. Wilderness comforts include great backpacking food and quality camping equipment.
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Gros Morne Adventures

Starting at $390 Per Couple
Get your backstage pass to Gros Morne National Park. Travel country roads to the National Parks Southern boundary and see a side of the Park rarely witnessed by visitors. Hike the base of The North Arm Hills in search of the caribou, moose and bear that call this mountainous landscape home. "Unique", "scenic" and "remote" are the words used to describe this tour. Finish your tour with a visit to the village of Trout River for a meal at one of the local restaurants. Yours to discover!
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Marble Inn Resort

Starting at $125 Per Person
Includes a one night stay in the apartment style chalets on Grenfell Campus, the perfect option for adventure travelers! Enjoy a guided caving tour through a variety of local spelunking spots – secret treasures found beneath Corner Brook’s own backcountry. Catch stunning views of the Bay of Islands while you hike through thick forests and along-side rushing mountain streams. These tours cater to a wide variety of skill levels and include equipment, an experienced guide and transportation.

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Grenfell Campus Summer Accommodations at MUN and Cycle Solutions

Starting at $13.91 CDN
Move over Facebook. The Twillingate Sun was the first social media on the Northeast coast of Newfoundland. Founded in June 1880, The Twillingate Sun newspaper had a profound effect on 19th century society. With exclusive access to the original printing press, the Hot off the Press tour takes you back to the thriving Metropolis of the North where controversy and comedy made headlines. Meet the news-makers on this guided walking tour around the North side of Twillingate Harbour.
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Seaport Strollers

Starting at $175 Per Couple
Stay at Skipper's View B&B & enjoy a 4 hr storytelling/tour past cabin areas, to the tiny fishing villages of Leading Tickles & Glovers Harbour. Retired history teacher Bob will take you to the giant squid replica & interpretation center. Stop at May's Crafts & Variety for a chat & ice cream, then on to Ocean View Park in Leading Tickles where pristine panoramic views are everywhere, along with icebergs in season. Then visit Jack Ward's Memorial Store next to the wharf for treats & curiosities!
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Skipper's View Bed & Breakfast

Starting at $30 Per Person
Petty Harbour is one of the oldest fishing communities having been visited by the Basques, Portuguese and French in the early 1500's. Probably earlier - because no one gives away their prime fishing spots! Our fishing families have maintained a sustainable hook & line fishery - no gillnets - for generations. Join us on a Wharf Walk to discover this history, changes to our harbour due to crab fishing, and the unique names and meanings for the buildings that line the water. We'll peek inside, too!
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Fishing for Success at Island Rooms

Starting at $450 CDN
Imagine yourself rafting the Lower Humber, Exploring the Corner Brook Streams underground Caves, travel off road to the top of Mountain Musgrave and view the vista of the entire Bay of Islands in a single glance, finishing up with a dip in a local swimming hole at the top of a 100 foot waterfall; water temperature permitting.
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Explore Newfoundland

Starting at $2999 Per Person
This tailor made week long adventure include the best the park has to offer. Fill your days with walking adventures, cultural immersion, fine dining experiences and evenings to remember. Explore the best hiking trails with an experienced local guide, dine ocean-side at fine dining restaurants and enjoy world class evening entertainment with Newfoundland charm. Your are well situated in the the heart of Gros Morne in the community of Norris Point at a 4.5 star boutique inn.
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Tour Gros Morne

Starting at $13.91 CDN
Can you keep a secret? Become an insider as you unlock the secrets hidden in old graveyards, stately Victorian houses, and grand merchant premises. This guided walking tour around the South side of Twillingate Harbour takes you deep into the fabric of local life. Step inside the historic Twillingate Performing Arts Centre and hear the provincial anthem of Newfoundland & Labrador performed on a rare Bevington pipe organ. Amid stunning seascapes, your guide will regale you with the inside story.
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Seaport Strollers

Starting at $218 Per Person
Our full day cultural experience focuses on unraveling the story behind the the small coastal communities of Gros Morne. Walk the community trails and learn about rural life, enjoy a homemade lunch at a local hot spot and visit a unique artist studio for an interactive workshop. Communities and experiences include Norris Point/Rocky Harbour (glass making) Woody Point (rug hooking, knitting, pottery), Trout River (splitting, salting and drying fish) and Cow Head (shearing sheep and knitting).
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Tour Gros Morne

Free Offer
Check out a Discovery Pack to guide your family’s exploration of the Beothuk Interpretation Centre and trails. In the Interpretation Centre explore everyday Beothuk life through artifacts found by archaeologists. Then follow a 1.5 km groomed walking trail to view the location where the Beothuk lived 300 years ago. Along the trail, look for the sculpture titled “The Spirit of the Beothuk” designed by renowned Newfoundland artist Gerald Squires.
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Beothuk Interpretation Centre Provincial Historic Site

Starting at $1750 Per Couple
Gros Morne is Eastern Canada’s second largest national park and has proudly achieved UNESCO World Heritage site designation. The birthplace of the theory of plate tectonics, Gros Morne National Park is rich in history, unique geology, and undeniable beauty. Enjoy a four day exploration package spent hiking, boating and soaking in the rich Newfoundland culture. Each package is specially designed to exceed your expectations. Tell us your activity level and we will take care of the rest!
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Marble Inn Resort

Starting at $129 Per Person
Explore the pristine natural landscape and beauty of Gros Morne National Park by joining us on one of our guided signature hikes. We strive to reach the best panoramic vistas and explore both moderate and challenging terrain. Hikes include the Tablelands, Big Lookout, Green Gardens, Gros Morne Mountain among others, each a natural wonder on its own. Our experienced local guides are there every step of the way and lunch is always served with a perfect view. Don't forget your camera!
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Tour Gros Morne

Starting at $30 Per Person
Find your inner balance while exploring the beautiful coastal hikes located on the Bonavista Peninsula.

Our YOGA & HIKE series includes a 2hr yoga session followed by lunch at a nearby eatery and a 2-3 hour hike along one of our beautiful coastal trails.

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Hike Discovery

Starting at $22 Per Person
Escape the trails and you can be one of the few who have enjoyed the stunning views of mountain and sea from above. Let us guide you off-trail for an amazing half-day hike in which you can enjoy the luxury of having a naturalist by your side. After all it's not every day that you get a chance to walk upon the Earth's mantle.
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Gros Morne National Park

Starting at $150 Per Person
A hiking adventure designed for fit and active hikers who like to explore off the beaten path. A knowledgeable local guide leads your adventure, shares Gros Morne’s geological story and identifies unique flora along the way. Moose are often seen on this trek and from the summit enjoy sweeping views of Bonne Bay, the Long Range Mountains and the Tablelands.
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Gros Morne Adventures

Starting at $430 Per Person
Hike a coastal trail to places where eagles soar, whales bugle and icebergs calf. View a tapestry in excess of 260 feet in length, embroidered by local ladies of Conche. This work of art depicts the very colorful history of Newfoundland. Visit a WWII plane crash site and enjoy a boxed lunch at a lookout site while being dazzled by breathtaking scenery and the possibility of breaching whales.
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Tuckamore Country Inn

Starting at $1995 Per Person
Gros Morne National Park is rugged and beautiful. Hike to the Arctic alpine of Gros Morne Mountain, trek the volcanic rock coastline of Green Gardens and explore the world renowned Tablelands mountain of mantle. Rounding out the week is a sea kayaking adventure on beautiful Bonne Bay and a boat cruise on the deep fjord lake of Western Brook Pond. Our naturalist guides not only lead you to these grand vistas but immerse you in local cultural and seek out the region’s finest seaside cuisine.
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Gros Morne Adventures

Starting at $70 Per Couple
Looking for a road less travelled? Looking for a place to exercise your inner artist? Let us show you our small piece of “The Big Land”. Hook a rug, or make a silver pendant textured with local flora. Stretch your legs with a leisurely guided walk to Flagstaff, hear the story of the placement of cannons at the mouth of Sandwich Bay, stop at Big Land Pottery to watch Cookie make a small bowl and visit to Shirley Messy Garden, see her sea glass pictures and outdoor mini museum.
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Mealy Mountain Gallery & Experience Labrador

Free Offer
Pick up a fossil-exploring kit at the lighthouse before heading out to explore the fossil reefs at Point Amour. The reefs were created by sponge-like creatures called archaeocyathids and look like carefully laid cobblestones all along the shore. These reefs occur at only a few places in the world! The Point Amour fossil reefs were formed 530 million years ago and provide evidence that this region was once in a warm shallow sea near the equator. Watch your step – the rocks could be slippery.
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Point Amour Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site

Starting at $60 Per Person
This two hour hike is led by a biologist/educator and takes you to a secluded location near Bonavista. The scenery will leave you in awe as we hike past seven puffin colonies close to the trail. Fill your lungs with the sea breeze as you learn about the geology, plants and animals that form this amazing coastline. Guests receive a free high definition puffin photo (via email) and checklist of things we expect to see on the trail. We also provide a telescope for your puffin viewing pleasure.
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Tuckamore Discoveries

Starting at $280 Per Person
From our base at Marble Inn Resort we help small groups and families touring Western Newfoundland and southern Labrador. Our travel advisors will create a customized itinerary unique to your travel plans and interests. Travel in style in a chauffeured Mercedes Sprinter Van. Add an experienced guide to provide interpretation and support you may need along the way. See Western Newfoundland and Labrador in style.
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Marble Inn Resort

Starting at $1750 Per Family
Rafting/kayaking, caving, hiking and salmon fishing are all included in this tour. Based from your two bedroom Condo at Marble Inn Resort you will enjoy an activity filled three days. Tour offerings are customizable. We can adapt the tour to meet the desires and/or abilities of the participants.
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Marble Inn Resort

Starting at $150 Per Person
Offering a selection of guided hikes that allow you to discover the stunning, coastal paths of the East Coast Trail. Hike along rugged cliffs and charming communities while looking out for icebergs, whales, and seabirds. Hikes vary in difficulty and length to suit all needs, and can be customized to fit your itinerary. Self-guided options are available for independent travelers. All guided day hikes include a delicious lunch and transportation to and from St. John's.
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Best Kind Hiking Tours

Starting at $2900 Per Person
This tour is for those seeking a little more activity in their exploration of the best walking & kayaking in Newfoundland. Boasting scenery & trails that are known worldwide! Your time on the water is with the highest concentration of icebergs & whales in the world. When we travel the world, the only thing that vies for top priority over our adventures – food. The food & culture are inextricably linked & this is your chance to experience the both. Top it off - a comfy bed in a beautiful setting!
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Linkum Tours

Starting at $75 Per Person
Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of what downtown St. John's has to offer. This three hour walking food tour will please all of your senses!

Your guide will take you to locally owned restaurants along Duckworth Street and Water Street for a delicious sampling of food, all the while entertaining you with historical stories of times gone by and new things to come.

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So-Full Food Tours

Starting at $1000 Per Couple
Spend a day engrossed in pirate lore! Travel along the Baccalieu trail and the Admiral's Coast. Starting in the historic town of Harbour Grace and hike, walk, drive to points of interest along the coastal towns. Learn about the richest pirate who ever lived and the infamy that surrounds him. Add a lunch boil up on the beach and later, a fine dining experience, a T-Shirt to take home and maybe a visit from a pirate...
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Rose Manor Inn B & B

Starting at $250 Per Package
Stand atop the cliffs, high above the ocean at the edge of North America, at Cape Spear. You are in the dark and all you hear is the roar of the crashing waves below. See the sun slowly peak above the horizon as dawn breaks first on the continent. Tour guide (local pro photographer) Maurice Fitzgerald will provide one-on-one photography instruction to help you capture all the splendor during this golden hour of light. A bucket list must!
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Far East Photography Tours

Starting at $825 Per Person
Escape to the solitude & dramatic beauty of Gros Morne National Park. Let these five days be an adventure that brings you a lifetime of memories. The UNESCO World Heritage site will awe you with its contrasts in scenery & culture. Lunch at the top of 2000ft cliffs, hike through the earth’s ancient core, explore a landlocked fjord on Newfoundland’s most famous boat tour & evenings filled with sampling local cuisine. As for the perfect finale, why not leave Gros Morne in search of icebergs.
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Linkum Tours

Starting at $425 Per Person
Discover the East Coast Trail on a privately guided, customized tour based on your comfort. This package includes: Accommodations and a hot breakfast at the Inn

Transportation to and from the trail

Delicious lunch on the trail

Homemade dessert and a complimentary bottle of wine for the perfect end to your day.

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Best Kind Hiking Tours

Starting at $150 Per Person
If you love coastal hiking without crowds this is for you. Guided walk along the Irish Shore's rugged coastlines, quaint villages to a famous lighthouse. Picnic lunch served atop a seaside meadow with vistas of puffins and other seabirds swirling below. The icebergs and whales we see are as interesting as the locals we meet. Their accents and distinct brogues are a delight (the folks, not the whales)! This is a special offer filled with takeaways to remind you of your unforgettable day!

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Cook's Coastal Walks & Stan Cook Sea Kayaking

Starting at $2800 Per Person
This 8 day tours aims to deliver unforgettable experiences through the day & comfort at night. Our accommodations are a treat in themselves – luxury & heritage inns in spectacular settings, centers of the community’s cultural life. Activities are not designed to test the endurance of our guests, each day allowing for time to relax, enjoy the scenery & watch the wildlife. Meals where you will sample local cuisine from berries picked at the lighthouse, fish from the cove & traditional recipes.
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Linkum Tours

Starting at $60 Per Person
The little seaside community of Petty Harbour is embraced by green hills that hold many delights! Youngsters would take to the hills to entertain themselves rolling rocks or sent with buckets to collect the berries that grow there. But they always kept bread in their pockets for the faeries! Join us on a walk-about to collect berries - blueberries or cranberries - whatever the season brings and then we'll make jam together! Discover a magical rock that no child could ever roll down the hills.
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Fishing for Success at Island Rooms

Starting at $850 Per Couple
Hike the back side of Gros Morne National Park. A valley ideal for wildlife photography. Definitely off the beaten trails. Leave Marble Inn Resort early afternoon & travel off road 1.5 hours. Hike to campsite approximately 3 hours. Enjoy the scenery and wildlife that this area offers as you hike the area. The next day visit the Tablelands in Gros Morne. Dine in a local Trout River Restaurant & return back to Marble Inn Resort. This tour is available as a day tour with a early morning departure.
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Explore Newfoundland

Starting at $1499 Per Person
We carefully selected the best experiences that you choose to create your bucket list adventure. Start with an iconic boat tour on the fjord, add a seafood feast on a secluded beach and that's just day 1! From walking isolated volcanic coastline, to the summit of Gros Morne Mountain, you choose from all the best hikes. Evenings consist of live traditional music and the best in fine dining. Relax comfortably at our Boutique Inns and Chalets. We include a local guide to help curate your story.
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Tour Gros Morne

Starting at $1030 For Two Nights
Great Caribou Island provides some of the most beautiful hiking you will find anywhere. We will transport you by Boston Whaler to the western end of the Island and drop you at the Arch. We provide you with a SPOT device and you hike the 8km coastal route back to Battle Harbour Tickle. Depening on the time of summer, you will see icebergs galore and to pick your fill of bakeapples. End your day with a drink in the Loft and sleep in the most comfortable bed in Labrador.
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Battle Harbour Historic Properties

Starting at $229 Per Couple
A folklore and more experience with storyteller Tony Power. Hike to a Trepassey focal point at dusk and listen while he weaves local stories of ghost ships and fairy encounters. Along the way he will point out the native flora and fauna. Afterwards, the group will head back to the Inn for a screech in ceremony.

- One night standard accommodation

- Dinner for two

- Ghost/fairy/historical tour

- Screech in

- Breakfast

Hospitality - Free of charge

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Edge of the Avalon Inn

Starting at $3300 Per Person
Multi-region
Visit three dramatic UNESCO sites at Gros Morne, Red Bay and L'Anse aux Meadows. Take a week to savour the spectacles and stories of southern Labrador and northern Newfoundland. Meet the locals and see the sites. Look for whales and icebergs - leader Mark Tsang captured this photo on tour - no Photoshop! Enjoy delicious local seafood and wild subarctic berries. North America’s most diverse archaeological adventure features comfortable hotels, welcoming hosts, and some walking on the wild side.
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Wildland Tours

Starting at $1750 Per Couple
Sample the magic of Western Newfoundland. 3 wonderful days of discovery. Tour The Bay of Islands discovered by Captain James Cook in the 18th Century. Spend a day in Gros Morne National Park visiting the mystifying Tablelands a UNESCO World Heritage experience. Finally, experience the beauty and tranquillity on the waters of Western Brook Pond. Add a day and enjoy the Drama Festival in Shallow bay. Add two days and head to the Norther Tip to view whales and Icebergs.
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