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Gros Morne

Aug 5, 2011
Panoramic View from Berry Hill::The Long Range Mountains once bordered an ancient ocean, Gros Morne Mountain (806 m) is far right:: Panoramic View from Berry Hill
Bonne Bay View::I guess it is a fisherman's road:: Bonne Bay View Lobster Cove::Another deserted place on the shore of Gulf of St Laurence:: Lobster Cove
Boat in Western Brook Pond::This is a former fjord with granite walls reaching 600 meters (2,000 ft):: Boat in Western Brook Pond Western Brook Pond Cliffs::It was a fjord long time ago, but today it is not connected directly with the ocean anymore:: Western Brook Pond Cliffs

I was tired of terrible rainy weather of the previous day. I learned that it is like that throughout the summer on the east coast of Newfoundland and no improvement in weather was forecasted. The west coast had a much better aura, so I decided to move ahead leaving the eastern side of the island behind. My next stop was the mountainous region of Gros Morne. Being here, I walked a short Berry Hill trail taking a panorama picture of the area from the top. The main goal however was the Western Brook Pond, a fjord like valley with cliffs reaching 600 meters /2000 ft. A beautiful place gives a real "feel the fjord" experience..

Western Brook Pond::It is part of the Long Range Mountains, the most northern section of the Appalachians:: Western Brook Pond Resting on the Beach::I found that place not far from the main coastal road:: Resting on the Beach