There are 5 different trails to choose from, each with a unique view of the Gros Morne Mountain Range, Atlantic Ocean and nearby rivers, ponds and streams. You may come across a moose or two, perhaps some caribou or hares. Eagles, ravens and hawks soar the skies….and in the rivers swim salmon and trout.
3-4 Hour Forest To Hummock Tour that stays close to the community of Trout River. Great views of the community below, Elephant’s Head Mountain and The Old Man. Morning to midday and afternoon to suppertime options on Mondays only.
Individual Monday Trail Ride
If Monday's ride is cancelled you may use this payment for the following Monday ride or towards another day of the week ride.
5/6 Hour River to River Tour begins at the Trout River bridge in the Gros Morne National Park along a wide, gravel trail that follows the Trout River Pond. Lookout points for amazing photos and picnic stops. Leave Tuesdays morning and returns in afternoon.
Individual Tuesday Trail Ride
Should Tuesday's ride be cancelled can be used towards another Tuesday ride or towards another day of the week ride.
7/8 Hour Pitcher Plant Tour follows the winding Mogul Road, past “mishes”, swamps that are raised higher than the trail itself, adorned with aged, wind-stunted trees and carnivorous pitcher plants – the national plant symbol for Newfoundland. Leave Wednesdays morning and returns late afternoon.
Individual Wednesday Trail Ride
Should Wed trail ride be cancelled can be used for the following Wed trail ride or towards another day of the week ride.
Two Day, Chimney Cove Tour leads you past the Trout River Pond, across Chimney Cove River and to the majestic pasturelands/beach area of Chimney Cove, where cows and horses graze together along a sea inlet adorned with summer cottages and driftwood. Picnic style lunch and campfire supper. Leave Thursday morning and return Friday late afternoon.
3 Day Camp-ride to Gregory River gives you a combination of full days of riding, with the option to corral the horses and go on foot to a waterfall and swimming hole full of trout. Pitch a tent for the night, have a bonfire. On the way back we can stop at the sandy lake for a swim (weather permitting), look for moose and caribou on a path near Dad’s Saw, or break to spend time with the geese at Magpie’s Cottage. Leave Friday morning and return Sundays late afternoon.
Themed Trail Options where you dress in costume as Viking Wanderers, Elfin Fledglings or Faerie Tricksters.