The Town of Englee is nothing short of enchanting with beautiful coastlines, incredible vistas that surround the island and mainland part of this interconnected community.
Port au Choix, NL is a prominent fishing town on the Great Northern Peninsula. Shrimp is king in the community and many other fish species
St. Carols is picturesque. This tiny community of about 60 people neighbours the Town of St. Anthony and is a tourists dream for capturing images
Bird Cove is a tiny town of under 200 residents that may not always be on local residents and visitors vacation list – but it
The International Appalachian Trail’s Northern Terminus is at Crow Head, Newfoundland and Labrador and can be accessed from the Cape Raven Trail at Straitsview, NL.
Whale Point Trail, Wild Bight is an easy 8 km walking trail (return) from the base of the parking area. I’ve enjoyed the walk by
The Great Northern Peninsula is full of unique places to visit and explore. We have over 5,000 years of inhabitation from our first indigenous people
Have you ever been to Album Rock? This is another one of our best kept secrets on the Great Northern Peninsula! A remote landmark named
The Daredevil Trail on Fishing Point Municipal Park in St. Anthony, NL on the Great Northern Peninsula is a daunting 476 steps up and another
Crow Head Walking Trail in Port Saunders is a 2.9 KM loop that gives you views of Keppel Island, a fascinating balancing rock, a sleeping
Conche is at the heart of the French Shore and is home to a robust fishing community and a developing tourism industry that remains steadfast
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
The Great Northern Peninsula has a network of incredible hiking trails that pull people to explore Gros Morne National Park, Port au Choix National Historic
A green thumb and a little creativity leads to promotion of healthy eating and use of all natural products, as well as a unique community
2010 was acclaimed a year to build on experiences in Rural Newfoundland & Labrador. It is critical to reflect on past traditions and activities we