Baker’s Brook Falls is in Gros Morne National Park at the end of a 4.5 km trail.
The Broom Point Fishing Premises in Gross Morne National Park is on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The Coastal Trail follows part of the Old Mail Road between Baker’s Brook and Green Point.
Cow Head is the northern-most enclave community in Gros Morne National Park.
In 2000, Green Point was designated as an official international reference point for the world’s geologic time scale.
Cow Head is home to the Gros Morne Theatre Festival, which is presented by Theatre Newfoundland Labrador.
Hickey’s Cove and Old House Rocks are part of St. Paul’s, NL.
Jenniex House is a craft shop and museum with an amazing view of Norris Point, The Tablelands and Bonne Bay.
The Lighthouse Trail and the Point of the Head Trail are on the Cow Head Peninsula.
Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse is in Gros Morne National Park next to Rocky Harbour.
On December 11, 1919, in a violent storm, the Captain intentionally ran the Ethie aground at Martin’s Point.
Norris Point sits on Bonne Bay where the bay separates into the South Arm and the East Arm.
Old Mail Road Trail follows the path taken by the postmen before the road was put in on the northern peninsula.
The Old Store Café is on Main St. in Norris Point.
Rocky Harbour lies in the heart of Gros Morne National Park and features several restaurants, gift shops, accommodations and hiking trails.
Sally’s Cove is a pretty coastal location on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Salmon Point Lookout is part way along a trail in Rocky Harbour.
Shallow Bay Beach is 6 km of white sand dunes in Cow Head, NL
Steve’s Trail, a part of the Broom Point Fishing Premises in Gross Morne National Park, is on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Western Brook is a small river that connects Western Brook Pond to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
To see Western Brook Pond, there’s a 3km hike to the boat dock. The Western Brook Pond boat tour then runs 16km to the end of the fjord and 16km back.