Frozen Waterfall – Fishing Point, St. Anthony, NL
The road to Fishing Point in St. Anthony, NL is a winding narrow road like that of Signal Hill, which receives great attention from locals and visitors no matter what time of year one visits.
At the end of the road there are pull-offs, board walks, walking trails and even a hike to the top of the hill for the more avid adventurer. The views are terrific – as you can peer out at the open ocean and sense the freedom and life it creates. The smell of the salt water, the sights of St. Anthony Bight, rugged rocks and if lucky a giant iceberg.
One never knows what will capture their eye. I placed the picture above to illustrate this, as I am looking at something completely different from my German buddy. I have been to Fishing Points on many occasions, but I am never disappointed even if I walk the same steps. This visit gave me a frozen waterfall.
A tour of St. Anthony is not complete unless it is coupled with some time to capture the landscape and natural wonder that Fishing Point so freely offers. Get out and find your frozen waterfall today!Live Rural NL – Christopher C. Mitchelmore, MHA The Straits-White Bay North
Posted on January 21, 2012, in Landscapes/Geography, Vacations and tagged fish, Fishing Point, German language, Great Northern Peninsula, Newfoundland & Labrador, St. Anthony, st. anthony bight, waterfall. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.