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Spring hike on Cape Broyle Head Path

For iceberg watchers, the spring of 2019 will be one to remember. Hundreds upon hundreds of icebergs have been spotted along Iceberg Alley and a great number have even made it all the way to St. John’s and beyond: that doesn’t happen every year. While watching these icebergs from harbours and highway viewpoints is an […]

ECTA Fundraiser in Bay Bulls & Witless Bay

Coming up on June 8, the East Coast Trail Association is hosting their annual fundraiser to help maintain and protect the East Coast Trail, a great cause and a great time! You can help the East Coast Trail by signing up for this event and hiking some beautiful trails with the support or company of your friends and family. This […]

Spring waterfall in Spout Cove

Want to see a nice waterfall on the East Coast Trail? Head over to Stiles Cove Path which is home to no less than 4 of them. April is a good time to see them too because of all the meltwater: This is Spout Cove Falls, located about halfway between Pouch Cove and Flatrock, that’s about a […]

Bottle Cove Trail in Lark Harbour

Last year while planning a trip to Western Newfoundland I came across an inviting picture of Lark Harbour’s Bottle Cove Trail on my kitchen calendar. After I looked up where in Newfoundland Lark Harbour was (it’s 1 hour west of Corner Brook), I decided to add it to our travel plans. Our very first hike on this […]

ECTA Fundraiser in Petty Harbour – Maddox Cove

Coming up on June 2, the East Coast Trail Association is hosting their annual fundraiser to help maintain and protect the East Coast Trail, a great cause and a great time! You can help the East Coast Trail by signing up for this event and hiking some beautiful trails with the company or support of your friends and family. […]

Spring at the Baboul Rocks

Mickeleens Path is a trail you can easily hike as a loop. Starting from either Bay Bulls or Witless Bay, first explore the beautiful coastal trail with its towering red cliffs and breathtaking viewpoints, then after you reach the end, just take the inland shortcut back to where you started. If you’ve seen Mickeleens Path’s […]

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