Category: Winter

Social Distancing Retreats in Newfoundland this spring, and how to do it right
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Newfoundland Social Distancing Retreats

Practicing social distancing is new for most of us. As social animals, mingling and mixing with others is a big part of what we do. When you take a moment to think about the volume of social contacts most of us

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Polar Bear Warning Issued for Newfoundland

Polar Bears are frequent visitors to Newfoundland, with most of them usually showing up in the late winter and early spring. With changes in arctic weather patterns and ice conditions, polar bears are being spotted more than ever before in Newfoundland. Specifically, ice conditions in the Labrador straight have a lot to do with this. … Read More

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snowshoeing in newfoundland
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The Secret Snowshoe Trail to The Spout

So you want to snowshoe to The Spout but are not interested in doing the massive march from the Goulds or Bay Bulls which can make a trip to The Spout a multi-day adventure. You’ve heard it’s possible to access The Spout via a shortcut snowshoe route in the winter that’s not part of the East Coast Trail, but where exactly is the shortcut? This is a closely guarded locals secret, but we’re about to share it with you. … Read More

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Newfoundland fun Winter Activities, like Backcountry Skiing and more (Photo: Air Canada En Route)
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Backcountry Skiing in Gros Morne National Park

Backcounty Skiing in Gros Morne National Park is a well kept secret. If you’re an avid hut to hut backcountry ski enthusiast or have some experience skiing in areas with public access alpine cabins like British Columbia, Alberta, and the

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