At least 80 reasons to visit our Great Northern Peninsula!

I’ve put together a list of walking/hiking trails and lookouts on the Great Northern Peninsula from Bellburns and all communities to the North. I’ll be linking these with posts with images and more information on each trail as I am able to update. In 2020, I created a challenge to get them all completed, so now I encourage you all to join the challenge when you visit the Great Northern Peninsula for yourself.

Quirpon Island
Table Point Ecological Reserve, north of Bellburns
White Point Walking Trail, Bartlett’s Harbour
Captain James Cook Cairn, Dog Peninsula, Bird Cove
The view from the gazebo, Shoe Cove Trail, Englee
Sea Cave on Lacey’s Trail at L’anse aux Meadows

If there is a trail I’ve missed, please let me know and I’ll make an update. The Great Northern Peninsula, north of Gros Morne National Park and the gateway to Labrador offers visitors and residents hundreds of kilometres of trails and very unique experiences. There is beauty around every corner and so much to experience and explore when on a nature walk, hiking trail or a look-out.

Live Rural NL –

Christopher Mitchelmore #NeverStopExploring

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  1. Will vaccinated Americans be allowed in? Diane Bauknight

    On Wed, Jan 20, 2021 at 6:38 AM Live Rural Newfoundland & Labrador wrote:

    > Live Rural NL posted: ” I’ve put together a list of walking/hiking trails > and lookouts on the Great Northern Peninsula from Bellburns and all > communities to the North. I’ll be linking these with posts with images and > more information on each trail as I am able to update. In 20″ >

    1. Currently, NL remains closed to non-essential travel. A person requires an exemption to enter and must have a valid reason. However, the Chief Medical Officer will continue to update the public on rules of entry. NL currently has 5 active Covid-19 cases and has not surpassed 400 cases total throughout the pandemic. We have been very fortunate.

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