Paddling from Tors Cove, Newfoundland, and exploring the protected coastal waters of the Marine Ecological Reserve is one of the most rewarding ocean SUP paddleboarding and kayaking experiences in Eastern Newfoundland.
Looking for a great place to swim and relax on the beach? Want to go snorkeling without having to worry about putting on a wetsuit?
Heinz Toperczer, another photographer on a nearby boat was able to capture the amazing footage of the terrifying encounter that has since been posted to Youtube.
Canoeists, whitewater kayakers, and rafters can all be found enjoying Newfoundland’s Main River whitewater paddling. If you’re new to paddling and want to experience paddling the Main River, your best option is joining a commercial rafting trip which is almost exclusively offered in the spring. If you plan on kayaking, we want to be clear that this is a whitewater river and therefore suitable for whitewater kayaks, not sea kayaks. If you are paddling in a canoe, be sure it’s a canoe that’s suitable for whitewater and is outfitted for the same.
The expanse of waters that stretch from the coast of Labrador to the northeast corner of the island of Newfoundland is aptly known as Iceberg Alley,