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There are so many ways to find your winter in Western Newfoundland. To help you plan, we've put together several sample 3-day itineraries below.

Snowshoe Family Adventure

in the Humber Valley &  Gros Morne National Park

Day 1

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Snowshoe at Blow Me Down Trails

The entire ski trail network is open to snowshoers, or venture onto the growing network of snowshoe trails for a trek through wooded areas.

Go Sliding at Appalachian Chalets & RV

The epic hill behind Appalachian Chalets & RV is one you'll talk about for years to come! Afterwards, warm up at the onsite restaurant, the Wayward Spruce with hot chocolate and a hearty meal.

Overnight: Corner Brook

Day 2

Marble Zip Tours

Begin your adventure on the platform near the top of Marble Mountain. Traverse Steady Brook Falls over nine exhilarating zip lines. Feel the adrenaline pump through your veins as you zig zag down the gorge soaring from platform to platform along zip lines up to 2000 ft long and 300 ft high.


Farm & Forage Snowshoe Tour at Upper Humber Settlement

Connect with nature and learn about wild edibles. Foraging for food is a fun and wholesome activity for people of all ages. Bring a pair of snowshoes or strap on a pair of Uncle Ran's Bear Paws and let us guide you through our wildness trail.


Overnight: Cormack

Day 3

Snowshoe Berry Head Pond Trail

Experience winter in Gros Morne National Park. This 2km flat trail is ideal for the beginner or anyone who wants a short and easy winter outing. The trail takes you through forest, across a bog, and along the shores of the pond.

Go Swimming

Head inside for a refreshing swim at the Deer Lake Hodder Memorial Recreation Complex. Parents will love the hot tub! Or, try bowling for more family fun.


Overnight: Deer Lake

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