11 Incredible Waterfalls In NL You Must Visit This Winter
Have a gander at these beauties!
Newfoundland is known for its breathtaking landscape — the mountains, valley's, fjords, ponds and waterfalls. Ideal for hiking, swimming and camping. Many photograph it's vast beauty all throughout the province.
Of all the natural masterpieces in Newfoundland, our waterfalls are particularly incredible. Newfoundland actually has one of the tallest waterfalls in Atlantic Canada! On that high note, bust out the snowshoes and start discovering!
1. Baker Brook Falls
Situated in Gros Morne National Park is Baker Brook Falls. A well known waterfall on the west coast of Newfoundland. A short hike on Baker Brook Falls trail and you come upon this magnificent creation. Be sure to take your camera on this hike!
2. La Manche Falls
After hiking the East Coast Trail for about a half hour you come across La Manche Falls. This doesn't look very big but don't be fooled. Those little seals sun bathing on the rocks below are pretty tiny in comparison. The falls also pours into a swimming hole ideal to cool off in the summer.
3. Middle Cove
A small waterfall in the summer but a extraordinary masterpiece in the winter. Loved by everyone who comes across it's beauty. This bad boy freezes every winter and is picture perfect as some would say. A very popular spot for photographers and selfie sticks.
4. Steady Brook Falls
Close to Marble Mountain, Steady Brook Falls is another magnificent waterfall on the west coast of Newfoundland. Just less than 10 km from Corner Brook, if you're in the area it's worth having a look!
5. Cataract Falls
Located in Cataract Provincial Park just west of the town Colinet, which is just a few hours outside of St. John's. A photographers heaven as the park has a deep water gorge with two waterfalls.
6. Rattling Brook Falls
A brilliant waterfall located in King's Point. A boardwalk of 1 km leads up to this spectacular creation. Not only will you catch this view but there are lots of wildlife in the surrounding area.
7. Pissing Mare Falls
This enormous waterfall is a whopping 1148 ft high and sits on Western Brook Pond in Gros Morne National Park. A popular sight for tourists taking the boat tours. Pissing Mare Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in Atlantic Canada.
8. Copper Mine Falls
Copper Mine Falls is a total gem. It's hard to believe this is even real! This place is also located on the west coast of Newfoundland in York Harbour. An easy 5 km hike to see it's stunning beauty.
9. Flatrock Falls
Located closer to St. John's, Flatrock Falls is not bad on the eyes either! You can come across this beauty on Stiles Cove path, a 15km hike from Flatrock leading into Pouch Cove — part of the East Coast Trail.
10. Hidden Falls
Hidden falls is nestled away in Sheaves Cove, once again located on the west coast. Hidden Falls flows into a pond which is home to various wildlife. Hidden Falls should be on your bucket list for 2017 hands down.
11. Thunder Brook Falls
Thunder Brook Falls is smaller than the rest but still reaches 13m high and as beautiful as ever. It flows into a little brook which is a popular destination for swimming during the summer. Located in central Newfoundland near Grand Falls Windsor.