Pond Road Bed and Breakfast

Address: 89 Pond Road, Rocky Harbour, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0K 4N0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 89 Pond Road, Rocky Harbour, is near Heritage Crafts.
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Travel Blogs from Rocky Harbour

We made it! Sunny Newfoundland

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Aug 04, 2014

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... booked a cabin, which made it very quick & comfortable.

We stopped overnight in Sydney, NS at a campsite that catered to the "big rigs" (diesel pusher motorhomes). We parked with a "caravan" a group of 25 travelling together. As you can see from the photos our Bigfoot Motorhome is small parked next to them! Note they all towing cars or "toads", one with a sign - "I go where ...

Fishing Point Park, Grenfell, L'Anse aux Meadows

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jul 07, 2014

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... 500 years then Columbus. You could see where they had once lived by impressions in the ground and they had build a small replica village of what they would have been living like back 1000 years ago. It was done really well and we enjoyed it, feeling like we had learnt a lot when we left. We took a drive out to the North most point of the Island and parked at the beach of Hay Point and walked up the trail to a lookout over the ocean at the ice bergs. It was really windy but ...

Rain and clouds don't matter

A travel blog entry by mcroberts on Jun 11, 2014

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We retuned to The Tablelands today, and despite the weather, donned our rain gear for a misty walk on the Tablelands trail. We found lots of photo opportunities with the flowers, rocks and water. From here, we drove out to Trout River and then back to the Discovery Centre at Woody Point. A Parks Canada interpreter provided us an excellent overview about moose. Moose are herbivores, and their diet changes between the seasons. On average, they consume about ...

And the snow fell

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 29, 2013

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... the town on the other side of the lake. Periodically along the trail we would see patches of ice that survived in the shade ot the trees. The temperature remained in the thirties with brief periods of light snow fall. This was a distinctive difference for four travellers from the warm climes and sidewalks of San Jose. But we perservered thru all that the area was exposing us to in our walk thru the forest here in Newfoundland. We passed moose fences, salmon ...

Famous for it's beautiful national park

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 02, 2013

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... Canada due to the accuracy of the charts he produced during his time here and the many places he named, names which remain to this day.

From Corner Brook we were back on the road heading north to a junction in the TCH onto what is called the Viking Trail, a road which heads NW to Rocky Harbour, our base for the next two nights whilst we explore the Gros Morne National Park. Called the Viking Trail as a Viking settlement was discovered at the ...

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