The French Shore Interpretation Centre in Conche, NL will provide you with an orientation to the region and its layered history. Captivating images and artifacts
A towering ten foot bronze statue of Leif Ericson facing north-west is located on the wharf harbour front L’Anse aux Meadows, 50 meters from the
Local residents certainly have stories to share about the look-out on the point. With views like the one above, I can see why many would
The St. Brendan’s Trailhead begins near the playground in St. Lunaire-Griquet which is just past the Daily Catch Restaurant. You can park your vehicle at
Breathtaking beauty on Lamage Point Trail, Town of St Anthony. This is a 1 KM trail on the Eastside of Town that won’t disappoint! When
Fishing Point Municipal Park, St. Anthony will captivate you from the incredible views, the trails, the icebergs (in season), whales and other sea life. There’s
Cape Norman first appeared on French maps as Cape Dordois dating back to 1713, and then as Cape Normand in 1744. In 1870, the Canadian
North Boat Harbour is a quiet little fishing community at the end of an 8 kilometre gravel road with a very tiny population on the
Squid Jigging Point Trail, Noddy Bay on the Great Northern Peninsula is a 2.1 KM loop that takes you to a viewing area. It is
Noddy Bay Head Trail, Hay Cove – is a 3 KM return trail that is rated moderate. This trail is also part of the Iceberg
The Viking Trail – Your Road to Amazing Memories is a destination highway that leads you from the beautiful Town of Deer Lake, through Gros
The Camel’s Back Trail off Dark Tickle Road in Town of St Lunaire-Griquet will not disappoint. The spectacular scenery is just breathtaking. Take time to
The St. Anthony Bight Loop is a picnic area, walking trail and offers nature viewing and is quite popular with locals and visitors in the
Newfoundland and Labrador is synonymous with the ice giants, 10,000 year old glaciers that break away from Greenland and come as icebergs to our shores.
St. Anthony Bight is just a few kilometres outside the Town of St. Anthony and it is often a location where icebergs rests and can
Every year the Great Northern Peninsula holds an annual Iceberg Festival to celebrate these 10,000 year old marvels. The icebergs spend up to two years
Quirpon, NL offers some of the most picturesque trails on the entire Great Northern Peninsula. They are definitely under promoted. • Quirpon Look-Out • Finding
What in the world is a Nuddick? The term Nuddick relates to a specific land feature, in the form of a “hillock” (small hill or
Fishing Point Municipal Park is a destination for all who visit or even live in St. Anthony. The winding road up the hill will remind
The towering ancient ice giants live at Goose Cove East on the Great Northern Peninsula and can be viewed easily from the Pumley Cove trail.
Great Brehat is a picturesque fishing community that is near St. Anthony and home to beautiful icebergs, whales, ocean views and an abundance of wild
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.
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
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
St. Lunaire-Griquet is the Gateway to Vinland, as you pass through this picturesque town on Route 436 heading to L’anse aux Meadows for your Viking
Icebergs are a common sight on the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula – it is the iceberg alley after all! The best viewings of
For a population of less than 30 people, Hay Cove is a happening place. A tour of the community will set you smiling as you
Quirpon was a prominent fishing community on the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula that has historic ties dating back to the 16th century migratory
The 7th Annual Iceberg Festival kicked off its 7th season this year to a room filled with energy and excitement as the icebergs surrounded the