Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador, a UNESCO World Heritage Park has a unique and beautiful display of geographical diversity: towering cliffs, land-locked fjords, and formations as barren as the moon, or covered with abundant plant and wildlife.

Be sure to visit the Western Brook Pond and take the fjord boat tour if you don’t have time for the many other pleasures of the park such as hiking and kayaking.

Why should I visit Gros Morne?

The park is 1,805 square kilometres of a never-ending series of wonders and delights, and a demonstration of the spectacularly raw and enigmatic beauty of the physical world.

You can hike the amazing landscape along the earth’s mantle, or climb to life-changing summits. Travel along the water through fjords carved by glaciers millennia ago, leaving behind towering cliffs and thunderous waterfalls. Alongside the natural wonders are highlights of a cultural heritage rich in humour and creativity – festivals, music, art – found throughout the park in towns like Cow Head and Woody Point.