Welcome to Gros Morne National Park

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It took 485 million years for Mother Nature to create Gros Morne National Park, a place unlike any other on earth. A UNESCO World Heritage Site covering 1,805 square kilometres, the park is a never-ending series of wonders and delights, and a demonstration of the spectacularly raw and enigmatic beauty of the physical world. 

You can hike the amazing landscape along the earth’s mantle, or climb to life-changing summits. Travel along the water through fjords carved by glaciers millennia ago, leaving behind towering cliffs and thunderous waterfalls. Alongside the natural wonders are highlights of a cultural heritage rich in humour and creativity – festivals, music, art – found throughout the park in towns like Cow Head and Woody Point.

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Areas of unusual and inspirational beauty often lure artists and writers, and Gros Morne National Park is no exception. Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador has its own summer-long festival, which puts on professional, culturally rich performances at Cow Head and other communities throughout the area. The town of Woody Point is an especially beautiful artistic hub within the park, and its historic Heritage Theatre offers live music, plays, author readings, and more. The eclectic Writers at Woody Point festival sells out every year, as people flock to meet and hear writers and musicians from around the world. Trails, Tales & Tunes takes place each spring in Norris Point. There are daytime walks around stunning scenery, afternoon workshops, and a wide range of entertainment and great food.

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Experience our Boat Tours

Take a stroll along the trail to Western Brook Pond, over marshland draped in butterworts, great sundew, orchids, dragon's mouth, and pitcher plants. At the end of your walk, hop aboard a boat tour with BonTours taking you through the fjord. You'll also get to sail close enough to feel the spray on your face from some of the highest waterfalls in eastern North America.

If you have your own canoe or kayak, you can use it on Trout River Pond and Bonne Bay; launch areas are located at Trout River Pond, Mill Brook, and Lomond day-use areas. Or you can take a guided sea kayak excursion with one of the various tourism operators located in the park, such as Gros Morne Adventures, if you don't have your own craft.
Areas of unusual and inspirational beauty often lure artists and writers, and Gros Morne National Park is no exception. Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador has its own summer-long festival, which puts on professional, culturally rich performances at Cow Head and other communities throughout the area. The town of Woody Point is an especially beautiful artistic hub within the park, and its historic Heritage Theatre offers live music, plays, author readings, and more. The eclectic Writers at Woody Point festival sells out every year, as people flock to meet and hear writers and musicians from around the world. Trails, Tales & Tunes takes place each spring in Norris Point. There are daytime walks around stunning scenery, afternoon workshops, and a wide range of entertainment and great food.

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Experience Adventure at Marble Mountain Resort

Nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, towering over the beautiful Humber Valley in Western Newfoundland is Marble Mountain Resort – renowned for the best skiing on Canada's east coast.

With the highest vertical drop of any ski area in Atlantic Canada, you'll soar down 250 acres and 39 trails catering to all skill levels and preferences: beginners, intermediates, and self-proclaimed mogul masters. If snowboarding is your fervor, rip up the terrain park.

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COVID-19 UPDATE: Newfoundlanders and Labradorians get to rediscover home this year, and we welcomed our Maritime neighbours on July 3. Call or connect with operators / venues before you go, as details on the website may be modified by COVID-19. Future travellers from elsewhere, please keep dreaming and check back for travel updates.