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I had the opportunity to hike the Man In The Mountain trail yesterday. The trail, which is part of the International Appalachian Trail of Newfoundland and overlooks the Humber River, was an amazing hike.
Steady Brook Falls is a beautiful area about ten minutes drive east of Corner Brook. Steady Brook Falls is right next to Marble Mountain Ski Hill. The hike up to the falls can be a bit strenuous but the views … Continue reading
We had the chance to go to Blomidon Brook yesterday with a group of friends. We walked into the swimming hole from the parking lot on route 450 – this took about 30 minutes.
The International Appalachian Trail runs through Maine, New Brunswick, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. In Western Newfoundland the trail route extends from Port-aux-Basques in the south, through Gros Morne National Park, to Crow Head (just … Continue reading