Gros Morne National Park of Canada is on the Viking Trail and is the second-largest National Park in Eastern Canada and is a UNESCO World
Heritage Site because it is home to the Long Range Mountains and some of the oldest exposed rocks in the world. The park is home to fjords, barren tabletop mountains and sandy beaches and has 100
kilometres of hiking trails where people can cross-country ski, snowshoe, go kayaking and do boat touring. Gros Morne is a huge park and stretches over 1,805 square kilometres of western
Newfoundland. Steve and Sally spent three days hiking the many trails throughout the park.