Trout River Pond
Wild Gros Morne's Tablelands boat tour is a unique small boat adventure unlike any other found in Gros Morne National Park. The tour provides unsurpassed views of the Tablelands and access to the remote end of the 16 km long Trout River Pond, an ordinarily inaccessible area of the park.
Your tour begins with a quick two minute stroll from the parking lot to the dock. From here the boat tour ventures deep into the glacier carved valley of Trout River Pond and provides a surreal experience of being surrounded on both sides by the towering cliffs of the world-renowned Tablelands and equally impressive North Arm Mountains. Visitors encounter first-hand the geological features that shaped this remarkable area and provided the foundation for Gros Morne National Park’s World Heritage UNESCO designation. Caribou, moose, bear and Arctic hare all call this section of the park home and are often seen while exploring the area.
Utilizing swift watercraft, Wild Gros Morne’s personalized, small group experience provides excitement and adventure difficult to achieve in traditional boat tours. Instead, the tours take place in an open Zodiac boat, and depending on weather conditions guests may get lightly sprayed with water as they travel the pond. This is all part of the fun and visitors should plan accordingly!