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
Gathering at Garge Coates Point is something the locals of Cook’s Harbour and surrounding communities enjoy. A gazebo, picnic area, viewing benches and fire area
The Viking Trail – Your Road to Amazing Memories is a destination highway that leads you from the beautiful Town of Deer Lake, through Gros
L’anse aux Meadows is full of firsts, as it is Where the World Came Full Circle more than 1,000 years ago. It is home to
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.
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
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 Daredevil Trail on Fishing Point Municipal Park in St. Anthony, NL on the Great Northern Peninsula is a daunting 476 steps up and another
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
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
At the end of summer, I took what would be my third Northland Discovery Boat Tour in just over a decade. It was my first
Ben Ploughman of Port au Choix on the Great Northern is a self-taught folk artist that has made his mark on the industry. His unique
Scenic Viewscapes on the Irish Loop On August 16, 2010…I finally traversed the Irish Loop on the Avalon Peninsula of Newfoundland after years of saying