This is undoubtedly the most interesting of the national parks on the island of Newfoundland. Mountainous region of Gros Morne is a result of tectonic plates movement; this is the place where the ocean floor was pushed up to the surface. Also, the interesting is to observe the effects of glacial erosion. Western Brook Pond with cliffs reaching nearly 600 meters /200 ft. is the best example. Western Brook Pond unfortunately is not the real fjord by the definition simply because it has no direct connection with the sea. Nevertheless, the high steep rocky slopes give the valley authentic “feel the fjord” experience, the only such place in the eastern part of North America.