Newfoundland & Labrador

From majestic fjords to ancient Viking settlements and colourful fishing villages, discover a land full rugged vibrancy.

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Experience Canada’s Eastern Frontier

Newfoundland and Labrador offer something for every type of outdoor adventurer, from world-class fishing to hiking, camping, ATVing, hunting and beyond. Anglers will find incredible ocean fishing for Atlantic salmon, while inland rivers teem with trout and arctic char. The undeveloped wilderness of Newfoundland and Labrador is the stuff of hunting legend, with big game like moose and woodland caribou found in abundance. Ocean kayakers can explore the Rock’s iconic shoreline or its 7,000 tiny islands, while canoers can take to the rivers and lakes of the interior.

Hikers can explore the trails of Gros Morne National Park, while ATVers have a sprawling network of old roads and trails to enjoy across the island. Newfoundland and Labrador are also known as the seabird capital of North America, with 311 known seabird breeding colonies and over 350 species, making for some amazing birdwatching. And once winter hits, snowmobilers can enjoy over 5,000 km (3,100 mi) of groomed and marked trails stretching across the province, plus lots more undeveloped terrain.

Whether you are fishing for salmon in Bonavista Bay or just enjoy a scenic drive along the Viking Trail, our wide range of Newfoundland map products will help you have the most successful adventure possible. Armed with our Backroad Mapbooks, TOPO Maps, GPS Maps or Mobile Maps, the adventure of a lifetime is just the turn of a page or the click of a button away.






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Canoeing Trips for Beginners

– Guest Post by John Rivers – It’s Time to Explore the Outdoors! With the weather cooling down and fall in full swing, it’s time to fit in one last paddle of the year. This fall, if you’re looking for something new to add to your outdoor adventure bucket list, consider canoeing! A wonderful way to connect with nature and explore …

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Wild Turkey Hunting Across Canada

While the Wild Turkey all but disappeared from Southern Ontario in 1909 after being eliminated by unregulated hunting, they were reintroduced to the region in 1984. 30 years after they were reintroduced, the population has grown to an extremely impressive 100,000.

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