Starting at $7.90 Per Person

Burridge’s Gulch Route - Backcountry Ski/Snowshoe Touring

Gros Morne National Park of Canada
Gros Morne National Park, Southeast Hills

This unmarked route over gentle terrain is rewarding for both the beginner and experienced backcountry skier or snowshoer. The route takes advantage of reliable snow conditions found in the higher elevations of Southeast Hills and passes through open and forested terrain into the scenic valley of Burridges Gulch. For those wishing to start testing their navigation and backcountry travel skills, this is an ideal first time backcountry excursion. Approximately 7.0 km return, 2-4 hours

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Valid Jan 1 - Apr 30, 2022. Terrain/Elevation Change: Gentle/100 m Topographic Map Sheet(s): Lomond [12 H/5] Start Point: Roadside pull-off on route 430, 7.8 km north of the park boundary at Wiltondale Cautions: -Route includes pond and brook crossings. Check ice conditions and give a wide berth to areas where rivers/streams enter or leave ponds as these rarely freeze over safely. -Following heavy winter rain, Southeast Brook will often completely open up and make this route impassable.

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