Gros Morne, Gros Morne National Park

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The second highest peak on Newfoundland, Gros Morne is a popular hiking destination offering outstanding views of a glacial-carved landscape. Often crowned with clouds or clad in fog, the flat top of this 806 m (2,644 ft) high mountain can be reached via a difficult trail named after the former British Prime Minister James Callaghan. You will pass a cluster of small ponds at the foot of the mountain before you start climbing a steep boulder ravine. Be aware that the temperature changes rapidly due to the strong winds and blistering sun, so make sure to dress accordingly. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Gros Morne National Park holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Gros Morne and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • No No No No No Are all these great reviews a case of The Emperor's New Clothes? This is a terrible hike. It's more of an endurance test, and at places there is no trail at all, other than the tears.....  more »
  • This is a LONG hike, very rough scrabble up the face of the rock scree but the hardest part is the trip down which takes hours, our hike took approximately 9 hours, go prepared! The views were...  more »
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  • The mountain hike was challenging but the views from the top were amazing.
  • Today I Just climbed it for the second time in two years and it’s a painful hike but beautiful and stunning sights. Highly recommend it.

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