Outdoor Adventure

Gros Morne National Park with Hikers
Lewis Hills, Western Newfoundland
Hodges Hill, Central Newfoundland
Dog Sledding, Corner Brook
Zip Lining, Western Newfoundland
Hiking Trails In Twillingate

Newfoundland and Labrador is an adventurer’s paradise. Teeming with spectacular scenery, outdoor space, and more than enough breathing room, it’s the perfect place to explore and discover your inner traveller. The best part? It doesn’t matter when you visit because outdoor experiences are available all year long.

Exciting Things to Do

With so much to see and do and a variety of provincial and national parks, there’s an outdoor activity to suit everyone. Why not traverse some of the 200 hiking and walking trails, or kayak along our 29,000 km of pristine coastline. During the winter months, hop on a snowmobile and ride through the rick wilderness with 5,000 km of groomed pristine trails to choose from. And with 16 feet of annual snowfall, there’s always an opportunity to hit the slopes on skis or a snowboard.

Off-the-Beaten-Path Activities

Rafting
Enjoy a thrilling half-day of rafting on the Exploits River with Rafting Newfoundland. The family-oriented rafting trip features plenty of opportunities to swim, surf, and play in the river’s friendly rapids. Once you've worked up an appetite, you'll be served a hearty, nutritious picnic lunch on a scenic rock island surrounded by nature.
Rafting
Cycling
Western Newfoundland is a cycler’s dream, especially in Gros Morne National Park. In the summer, get your thrills by mountain biking along park tracks with Cycle Solutions or Bike the Rock, or try caving and road biking in Corner Brook.
Ziplining
Get a bird’s-eye view of the countryside with Marble Zip Tours at Steady Brook, near Marble Mountain. Here, you’ll fly over a breathtaking gorge and through beautiful scenery. Near St. John’s, zip over the historic fishing village of Petty Harbour and enjoy the rugged coastline with North Atlantic Ziplines.
Ziplining
Flightseeing
Have the adventure of a lifetime and witness the terrestrial beauty of Newfoundland’s most breathtaking parks from high in the air. Flightseeing is the perfect way to experience Terra Nova National Park – a boreal forest bordering the Atlantic where you could witness frolicking whales, massive icebergs, and majestic bald eagles. Or witness the unsurpassed earthly wonder of Gros Morne National Park. Behold fjords ringed by mountains and speckled by waterfalls as you fly through the sky.
Dogsledding
Have you ever been dogsledding? With up to 16 feet of annual snow, Newfoundland’s west coast and Labrador are the ideal places for new winter ventures. Go for a mush and learn how to maneuver the dogs. As you race through the snow with a pack of huskies, the sense of freedom and excitement is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.
Dogsledding
Wilderness Adventure Tours

There are many operators in the province ready to take you out on an outdoor excursion. Why not team up with Newfoundland Coastal Safari in Fortune Bay and go camping, kayaking, hiking, and fishing? In the evening, enjoy great food and good friends around the campfire at Harbour Mille. Or get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with Newfoundland Eco Adventures – whale-watch by day and sleep in a cozy B&B at night.

Where to Explore

Gros Morne National Park
Whether it’s hiking, camping, climbing mountains, wandering the sand dunes, or hunting for wildflowers in the alpine meadows, Gros Morne National Park is the ultimate in outdoor adventure. The powerful beauty of the landscape will refresh you, mind, body, and spirit. Let Gros Morne Adventures navigate you through this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Go sea kayaking, back woods hiking, or look for pillow lavas along the coast – whatever your interests, excitement is waiting.
Grose Morne National Park
Torngat Mountains National Park
For the seasoned explorer, Torngat Mountains National Park is the epitome of outdoor exploits. There are no campgrounds or roads – nothing but pure nature. The base camp research station just outside the park is the gateway to stimulating Inuit cultural experiences as well as hiking and wildlife adventures.

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