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⭐️⭐️ COVID-19 UPDATE: July 17, 2021 ⭐️⭐️

Ontario has finally moved to Step Three of the Roadmap to reopen. So it's time to step out and explore Ontario's trails and parks again!

We look forward to seeing you on one of group outdoor adventures. For everyone's safety, you are required to wear a face mask while carpooling with people outside of your household on one of our events.

Learn more HERE: https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/1000501/ontario-moving-to-step-three-of-roadmap-to-reopen-on-july-16

All members of Hiking Network - including volunteer organizers - are responsible for their own actions, and required to comply with government health and safety advisories and measures.

Stay ACTIVE. Stay safe!

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We are a not-for-profit organization for outdoor enthusiasts from the Toronto area. Join us for one of our guided local, national or international adventures.

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This is not a hike I'm to do. I was just there,
if you have never been to the Island you should check it out.
We flew into St. Johns NFLD.

The first night we stayed at the Capital Hotel hiked out to the end of the bay at Signal hill http://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com/

Day two we drove to Tera Nova park, there we rented a Tandem kayak & paddled to a sea cave

then out to an iceberg.

That night we stayed in a B&B The Prints of Whales in Sandringham.

http://www.theprintsofwhalesinn.com/

Day three we drove along the east coast to see more of the icebergs.
At the end of the day we stayed at Nicky's nose cove a great B&B The Wave.

http://www.bythewaves.ca/

this view is from Karen's front yard

Day four we drove to Gros Morne Park
& Camped at Green Point Campground.

http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/Shows/More+Shows/Land+and+Sea+%28N.L.%29/ID/2414631879/
We hiked the Coastal Trail through the Elfin forest.

Note: all along the coast there are Muskoka chairs on the scenic viewing points to sit and look out over the sea.

Day five we got up to rain, so did a fast pack up and drove east along the north coast all the way to the north east point of the island, the end of the road (and the end of Canada) From some points along this drive you can look over to Labrador.
In this area you will find the old Viking village replica by the government.

Good hiking trails here, some follow the coast, some go up big hills to look out over the sea, great for iceberg and whale watching.

We stayed at a B & B called "Viking Village".

http://www.bbcanada.com/vikingvillage
Day six drove back to Gros Morne Park, Camped at Green Point again hiked into the land locked Fiord called Western Brook,

also walked to base of Gros Morne Mountain.

Day seven drove over to the Table lands (a must see)

Day 8 Drive to Deer Lake fly home

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