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2024 Summer Wayfinder Series

Southwest Coast

Coastal adventures, mountain vistas, geological wonders, and sandy beaches. Explore the region by car, foot, boat, or ATV.

The cover of the Southwest Coast bochure. On the cover is a granite lighthouse.

Gros Morne

A UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring impressing geological features – unsurpassed beauty and adventure.

The cover of the Gros Morne brochure, featuring Western Brook Pond, a fjord with steep sides.

Humber Valley &

Bay of Islands

Live like the locals among rugged landscapes and exceptional recreational and cultural experiences.

The cover of the Corner Brook & Deer Lake brochure. On the cover are two hikers overlooking the Bay of Islands.

Viking Trail

The land where Vikings sailed alongside coastal mountains, 10,000 year old icebergs, and whales.

The cover of the Viking Trail brochure, featuring an iceberg and a small red and white lighthouse.

Trip Planning Tools

Go Visit Western Newfoundland - drone image or boats tied up at a dock

Our Members

Go Visit Western Newfoundland - 2 Parks Canada red chairs on a rocky beach

Trip Planning

A Newfoundland dog sits in front of the Dark Tickle Co store front on the Viking Trail

Kids Corner


Art NL

Find Your Winter

With an average annual snowfall of 16 feet, Western Newfoundland's natural powder translates to the best alpine skiing east of the Canadian Rockies, and a perfect winter wonderland for epic outdoor fun. Visit for all things winter.

A triangular logo for winter in Western Newfoundland.
Two people on snowshoes look towards the towering cliffs of a fjord in the distance.
Three women classic ski through the snow in the woods.
A family of four in full snow suits laugh and walk along a stream in the winter.
Snowmobiles are parked in a snowy parking lot in front of cabins.

2021 Summer Booklet

To navigate the booklet click the arrow to the right, or use your mouse to pull the pages across the screen.

Tap anywhere on the booklet to make the menu appear. Use the menu to zoom in or out, and to view the booklet in full screen.

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