Scenic Bonne Bay is among Newfoundland’s most beautiful bays - a deep mountainous fjord located on Newfoundland’s breathtaking west coast, that divides the Gros Morne National Park in two. Gros Morne is a combination of protected areas and small coastal communities with a rich culture and tradition of fishing and logging. Go ashore at the quaint town of Woody Point in the south of the park, a charming community of old houses and imported Lombardy poplars.
From here visit Gros Morne National Park -- home to more than 230 species of birds, 11 species of fish, and 20 species of land mammals, including the bear, caribou, and Arctic hare. See the Tablelands Mountains - flat-topped rock outcroppings that are usually found deep in the earth’s mantle. Their geological uniqueness is the main reason the park has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It took millions of years to mould the mountains into what we can see toDay, and the sight is truly beautiful and awe-inspiring. Explore the world's largest outcropping of serpentine rock at Trout River and the Tablelands, and walk along Winterhouse Brook Trail with its myriad rocks and rare species of plants. Visit the park's Discovery Centre and learn more about the geology and wildlife of this national park.
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