Half a billion years in the making – the result of a brilliant coming together of two ancient continents -- the Earth's inner soul: the mantle - exposed to you the way few have seen it.

 

How do you want to experience the Tablelands?

 

Hike it on Your Own

Map of the Tablelands $3 map or $5 waterproof map. Available at the Discovery Centre and the Visitor Centre.
Pick up a map and plan your off trail route to some of the most picturesque landscapes in Gros Morne National Park. Plan a full day hike to the top of the Tablelands or a half-day adventure. Flip the map around and learn about the unique geology and flora on the Tablelands. Makes a great souvenir!


Trout River Pond water taxi

Trout River Pond Trail The path less traveled. Hike along the shore of Trout River Pond and into the heart of the Tablelands. Accessible by two feet and a heartbeat, this trail can best be described as pristine.


Guided Tour App for the Tablelands Smart Phone App: Tablelands Trail (2h)
You're on holidays and you don't want to be on a schedule; the guided tour app allows you to get all of the information you need but at your own time and pace. It's like having a tiny park naturalist in your hand to explore all the wonders of the Tablelands. Download the free app – included in your park pass - and hit the trails!

Download the app through App Store or Google Play.

Watch it all Unfold

Take in the views - Pull back the lens to see the beauty of the Tablelands in striking contrast to the surrounding green hills and blue saltwater. The Lookout Trail and the communities of Norris Point and Woody Point offer beautiful and different vistas of the Tablelands – check it out!


Drive the scenic route 431 - The road between Woody Point and Trout River is truly one of the most spectacular you'll see.  What strikes you most is the contrast of colour between the mountains that tower above you. One side is lush green; the other, a brilliant, amber colour - all divided, it would seem, by the yellow line of the highway.