It’s never to early to start planning your Winter vacation on the GNP
The Great Northern Peninsula has one of the longest winter seasons on the Island portion of the province of Newfoundland & Labrador. We are the ideal location for an array of winter activities and enjoy the scenery as you experience the countryside, view the frozen Strait of Belle Isle with Labrador as the backdrop or snowmobile on our most Northerly section of the remaining Appalachian mountains.
There is a number of trail networks for cross-country ski-ing or snow-shoeing, as well as the opportunity for the adventurous type to visit alternative locations.
You can enjoy ice-fishing activities, pond skating or a good ol’ hockey game that really immerse you in all the fun and enjoyment winter brings to the people of the North. We embrace winter activities and have a love for spending time in the great outdoors, whether it be at the cabin with a crackling fire, game of cards and a cup of tea or at home with the family building a snowman and making those snow angels we all did when we were kids.
It certainly is never too early to begin your plan to enjoy all the Great Northern Peninsula has to offer.
Live Rural NL –Christopher Mitchelmore, MHA The Straits-White Bay North
Posted on November 14, 2013, in Landscapes/Geography, Tradition and tagged Christopher Mitchelmore, Great Northern Peninsula, Newfoundland & Labrador, Rural area, snow, snowmobile, Strait of Belle Isle, The Straits White Bay North, vacation, winter. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.