by Giorgio Zanetti
EXPLORING
BEWITCHING


  GROS MORNE MOUNTAIN HIKE  

    WESTERN BROOK POND TOUR TROUT RIVER POND TRAIL THE VIKING TRAIL ROUTE

   FLORA         TRIP DESCRIPTION  

WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND - 2007

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GROS MORNE MOUNTAIN [806. m]
JAMES CALLAGHAN TRAIL
A gruelling 16 Km. long hike

PHOTO ALBUM BY GIORGIO ZANETTI

approaching Gros Morne
APPROACHING GROS MORNE MOUNTAIN

Cheerful bog laurel in bloom along the trail

Gros Morne Gulley
AT THE BASE OF THE GULLY
There are hikers scrambling up the gully!


talus trail
OH YES! THIS IS THE TRAIL UP THE "GULLY"!
TALUS ALL THE WAY UP

third up gulley
LOOKING BACK A THIRD UP THE GULLY

hiker resting
LIDIA TAKING A REST HALF WAY UP THE GULLY

panorama Rocky Harbour
OVERLOOKING BONNE BAY AND ROCKY HARBOUR FROM GROS MORNE
In the background, with patches of snow, the Tablelands.

ten m ile pond
OVERLOOKING TEN MILE POND FROM GROS MORNE

hanging valley
A HANGING VALLEY ACROSS TEN MILE POND

pond gulch trail section
RETURNING ALONG THE GULCH BROOK SECTION OF THE TRAIL
Indicated as "Primitive campsite ..." in the map below
Rocks and boulders all along the return trail

profile of trail
ELEVATION PROFILE OF THE TRAIL
[The loop trail is depicted as though straight. Vertical exaggeration of profile is 4x]
[Drawing from Gros Morne National Park Trail Guide Map]




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Hiking can be potentially hazardous. Hikers must be prepared for any changes in weather, trail conditions and wild animals behaviour, and must keep in mind that safety must be their first priority and must use sound judgement accordingly. The data and descriptions contained in this web page must be used for general information purpose, and therefore I disclaim any liability for mishaps of any kind to anyone using the information found herein.

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