Entering Gros Morne Park
The rock is low in calcium and high in magnesium
Climbing the hills with our guide Sam
Seals at St Pauls.
Trout River........the days catch
Moose at Norris Point
The population density of moose in the park is one of the largest in North America
Kayaking at Norris Point
Our family at the Tablelands with our guide Jen
The surface is made up of periodite which lacks the usual nutrients required to sustain life
Hughie and Mom ( Elizabeth )
Western Brook Pond ...one of the most beautiful bodies of water in North America
Trout River cleaning and weighing fish
Norris Point.....location of large Salt Water Aquarium
Rocky Harbour This is where we stayed ( across the way )
In this spot some 500 million years ago 2 plates collided pushing up an ancient sea floor
The parks rock formations include ocean crust and mantle rock
Pissing Mare Falls are 1148 ft high are among the highest in eastern Canada .Western Brook Pond empities over these falls.
Ben a t ? Falls
Aquarium at Norris Point
Beautiful village in Gros Morne
take lots of water on this hike
Many soils reflect the wide variety of bedrock
On the road to Trout River
Kevin @ his Grandfather enjoying time at norris Point
Ben & his Grandfather enjoying time at Norris point
There are no tall trees as high iron and magnesium render the soil infertile.
It Looks like a barren desert
Harbour Seals in St Pauls
Harbour seals can be seen in in St Pauls Inlet as they haul out onto the rocks at low tide.
Trout River fishermen returning to Trout River
family kayaking at Norris Point