The Big Lookout Hike

BIG LOOKOUT

Hike

The Big Lookout hike is a spectacular panoramic lookout point located in the southern half of Gros Morne National Park, and just minutes from our shop in Shoal Brook. This hike take about 6-8 hours to complete depending on weather conditions and group dynamics, and giving us plenty of time to learn about the unique wildflowers and wildlife that call the big lookout trail home.

We'll follow the marked Parks Canada trail first where we climb steadily through forest, emerging from the trees onto a highland plateau. From there, your guide will lead you over the expose barren tundra, following an old fire watch trail to the summit of the Lookout Hills

Once we reach the summit, we'll sit back and enjoy the amazing views overlook Bonne Bay, the Long Range Mountains and the Tablelands while your guide recreates the 500 million year old story of Gros Morne National Park.

The Big Lookout hike in Gros Morne contains steep sections and wet boggy areas we recommend guests to have previous hiking experience and proper footwear suited to this full day hike.

 

The Big Lookout Hike Details


Full Day Guided Hike

  • 6-8 Hours
  • One Hiker $125 per person
  • 3 Or More Hikers $100 per person

 Included

  • Professional & Experienced Local Guide
  • Parks Canada Park Pass
  • Hiking Safety Lesson
  • Transportation From our Shop

 Additional Options 

  • Freshly Packed Hikers Lunch  $20.00
  • Waterproof Hiking Gaiters $10.00
  • Hiking Poles $10.00
  • Hiking Day Pack $10.00

 Transportation

The Big Lookout Group Hike departs every Monday at 9:00am from our main shop at the Bonne Bay Market and The Waters Edge RV Adventure Park. Guests can also be picked up via our passenger van at the Woody Point dock at 9:15am or can book our early morning Zodiac water taxi form the Norris Point dock.

Difficulty Rating

The Big Lookout Hike has a moderate to challenging difficulty level depending on the weather conditions and fitness level of our group. Specialty tours can be arranged for groups looking requesting alternate difficulty levels.

 Suggested Equipment

As you’ve already heard, Newfoundland weather can be unpredictable and conditions can vary greatly throughout the day. Even in the hottest months of summer hiking in Newfoundland can be quite cool. We suggest guests check the weather and dress for it. Having a daypack with water and a snack, a rain/waterproof jacket, semi-warm sweater and comfortable sturdy footwear suitable for hiking is recommended.

Weather Cancellation Policy

The weather in Gros Morne, Newfoundland can change frequently and at Wild Gros Morne we check the weather more than most people check their Email. Experiences may be adjusted or cancelled if necessary to ensure the safety of our guests and staff.

Off Season Departures

Reservations are required 24 hours in advance as departures are based upon customer demand. For short notice reservations please contact us.

 

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