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Blow-Me-Down Mountains

York Harbour, NL | York Harbour, NL, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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Beautiful Mountains

There is a nice hike in Blow Me Down Provincial Park called Govenor's Staircase. It has stairs... read more

Reviewed yesterday
SylRickTraveler
Very Pretty Mountain Range

This mountain range on the west side of Newfoundland is on a good road but off the beaten track. It... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Dale H
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Osoyoos, Canada
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York Harbour, NL | York Harbour, NL, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

There is a nice hike in Blow Me Down Provincial Park called Govenor's Staircase. It has stairs (300+) to the top and is doable for most if you take your time & stop to catch your breath...and bring water!

Thank SylRickTraveler
Reviewed 6 days ago

This mountain range on the west side of Newfoundland is on a good road but off the beaten track. It is a short drive from the city of Corner Brook but it is definitely Newfoundland rural. Their are quaint little villages spread all along the...More

Thank Dale H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its a nice drive along the coast from Corner Brook to Blow Me Down, along the way there are a few short trails to waterfalls (which may or may not be running depending on what the recent weather has been).Along the way are some fishing...More

Thank MaritimeNortherner
Reviewed 22 May 2017

I see Blow me Down mountain from my window every day. It is also a great place to hike and get an unbelievable view of Corner Brook, Woods Island, Governors Island, Lark Harbour, York Harbour, the North Arm. It is a challenging hike but not...More

Thank Janis E
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Beautiful spot......stopped in to Blow-Me-Down on a road trip.....loved every inch of this place....friendly staff....clean park.......did the hike.....omgoodness.....wasn't in shape for this....but we all got to the top after stopping to catch our breath more than once.....never ending steps but soooo worth it.....the view is...More

Thank Bonnie Y
Reviewed 25 September 2016

An amateur geologist's dream - to see the rocks and minerals of the earth's mantle, on the surface. you have to hike in a little ways, at the foot of the mountains, to see this, but I felt like I was on the moon (okay,...More

Thank maryX6831YG
Reviewed 20 September 2016

We did the hike to get to the top - very doable if you are in fair shape.... although, having said that, half of us bailed half-way up. Incredible view at top. Easy to follow paths.

Thank ChrisofCalgary
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Stunning views! Drive the coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the end, pass Fishermans Cove, York Cove, Lark Cove and take the small hike to Cedar Cove, the drive is beautiful but the view at the end of the hike is priceless!

Thank Mcwillow707
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Yes this is a very cool area, off the beaten path for sure. The trail to Cedar Cove is worth it. But be aware that in tripadvisor someone has put its location in the Torngat Mountains which are, oh, 3000 km away from Corner Brook.

Thank BillysPuddleGirl
Reviewed 3 August 2016

This mountain range is not really a "destination". The mountains can be seen from McIvers to Cornerbrook and are simply breath-taking

Thank EvaLeisti
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Roader2014
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Response from maryX6831YG | Reviewed this property |
There is no public transportation to that area. You would need to take a taxi from the nearest town: Corner Brook. It would be best to ask how much it would cost in advance, as it is well out of town.
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