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Gros Morne National Park
is located on the West
Coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Gros Morne National Park
UNESCO World Heritage Site, because it is one of the few areas of
the world where the Earth's interior broke through the
earth's crust and left many of the examples of the rocks
and minerals of the interior on the Earth's surface.
However, there is much more to the Gros Morne area which
attracts visitors and retains their interest while here. Whether it be hiking the vast mountain ranges, camping in
undisturbed nature, relaxing at the beach, taking a boat tour, or
photographing Newfoundland's unique wildlife or scenery, Gros Morne National
Park have something to offer everyone. The spectacular coastline is
yours to enjoy, especially at sunset.
While visiting Gros Morne National Park, make sure you visit both areas of
the park. Visit the South Side of the park and see scenic Bonne Bay
including the towns of Woody Point, Glenburnie, Winterhouse Brook, Shoal Brook, Birchy Head and Trout River. Continue through to the
North Side of the park and visit the towns of Norris Point, Rocky Harbour,
Sally's Cove, St. Paul's and Cow Head. From those communities you will gain
access to many of the attractions, historically and culturally, that this
World Heritage Site has to offer.
While visiting Gros Morne National Park, make
sure you enjoy some of the attractions such as the Long Range Mountains,
Western Brook Fiord, the Tablelands, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Shallow Bay
Beach, Woodland Caribou, and more. You'll find the Park on Route 430,
just off of the Trans Canada Highway. Gros Morne National Park is one
of the places to visit in Newfoundland.