We stopped here for a couple of hours on our way back to St John’s from Gros Morne. This national park is more compact and much easier to see things. With one sprained ankle we didn’t want to hike too far but from our three stops in the park walking and viewing were very easy- and each offered a spectacular view. Our first stop on the Nw side of the park was the southwest arm trail. Washrooms and picnic tables are here. It is only a few meters to the path along the lake. Beautiful on a sunny day. Then up to Blue Hill at 199 m the highest point in the park. A few steps up from the parking lot, about 5 min off the highway, you get the most spectacular views to be seen anywhere in the world. wow! Then we drove to Ochre Hill where there is a tower to climb and an observation deck. Again gorgeous views of the countryside. You must stop if you are driving through the park. From the highway the scenery is the same as everywhere else but get off the road to see why this site was chosen as Canada’s most easterly National Park
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