Explore Gros Morne
Explore Gros Morne
Previous slide
Next slide

Newfoundland & Labrador is the easternmost province in Canada and home to Gros Morne National Park, which is situated on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland.

The best way to get to the Island, and Gros Morne, is by using flights or ferries.

Gros Morne National Park, located in the western portion of Newfoundland, is the second largest park in Atlantic Canada and is home to 7 communities, roughly located over a 2-hour drive from the southern end to the north. 

There are a number of ways to travel around Gros Morne, including Car Rentals, Buses and Taxies, Bikes, and water taxi.

From the North Atlantic to the Long Range Mountains, sea to sky, there are numerous experiences to relish, festivals to enjoy, Parks Canada sites to enlighten, and towns to entertain.

Find out more on the best sights and sounds of Gros Morne.  

Gros Morne is all about local eats! Numerous locally-owned family restaurants serve local produce, fresh seafood, and their brand of hospitality. 

From Newfoundland fare to a greasy spoon, or a fine dining experience, there’s something for you to enjoy  

Accommodation

Hotels | Motels | Cabins

Gros Morne is home to numerous accommodations spread throughout the seven communities in the North, South, and Central regions.  Below is a great selection of family-owned and operated establishments to get you started

Previous slide
Next slide

Highlights of Gros Morne National Park

Long Range Traverse

Hiking the Long Range Traverse     The Long Range Traverse located in western Newfoundland, takes you across 3 freshwater fjords over 4 days in Gros

Read More »

Gros Morne Mountain

Gros Morne is the second highest peak on the island of Newfoundland, and one of the most popular hikes. Often capped with clouds, or clothed in fog or snow, the mountain’s mystery is reflected in its name: Gros Morne… big lone mountain. 

Read More »

The Tablelands

In the heart of Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, lies an otherworldly landscape that defies expectations and reveals a glimpse into the Earth’s ancient past. The Tablelands, a geological wonder only seen a few places on the planet, showcases a rare phenomenon where a portion of the Earth’s mantle has been thrust up through the crust.

Read More »

Western Brook Pond

Nestled within the stunning landscapes of Gros Morne National Park in western Newfoundland lies a natural wonder that captivates the hearts of all who visit. Western Brook Pond, a breathtaking fjord, stands as one of the must-see attractions.

Read More »