Move over goat yoga, sheep hiking is here! At the Green Gardens Trail in Newfoundland, sheep live along the route and are just the cutest things ever. You never know when you'll spot one so keep an eye out.\nAt Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, the Green Gardens Trail is a true gem for animal lovers and anyone looking to escape into nature.\nIt showcases the contrasting landscapes of the park from the grasslands to the ocean.\nEditor's Choice: Netflix Totally Transformed Hamilton Ontario To Film 'Umbrella Academy' (VIDEO)\nThe trail starts at the Tablelands and moves down through the boreal forest to the volcanic sea coast.\nAlong the ocean, you can see beaches, coves, sea stacks and clifftop meadows.\nYou could hang around for hours there taking in the scenery along the shore and lazing in the meadows.\nOr you could spot sheep, probably the most interesting and most adorable aspect of the trail.\nGreen Gardens was used by the residents of Trout River, a small rural fishing village nearby, as the summer range for their livestock for a long time.\nThat's a place usually unsuitable for farming where animals can go and eat.\nBecause of that, sheep still roam around the trail to this day and you can see them grazing the grass or lounging on hilltops.\nView this post on Instagram Cette journée là , Pascale & moi avions fait les Tablelands , Lookout hills & avons fini par cette magnifique randonnée : Green Gardens Trail. Nous avons piqué notre tente et avons repris la randonnée le lendemin. Nous avons eu le droit à un maudit beau coucher de soleil , des belles lueurs du lever de soleil & des moutons sur le bord d'une falaise , nous avons pu en compter une quinzaine ! Le moment était magique. Voyage Terre-Neuve , Parc national du Gros-Morne , Été 2017. ( 23 Juin 2017 au 5 Juillet 2017 ) #sheep #mouton #newfoundland #terreneuve #parcnationaldugrosmorne #grosmornenationalpark #grosmorne #roadtrip #parkscanada #parcscanada #canada #enjoyinglife #nature #naturelover #paysage #landscape #scenery #canada150 #natgeo #greengardenstrail #greengarden A post shared by Jonathan Montagnes (@jonathan_montagnes) on Jul 31, 2017 at 9:52am PDT\nA section of the trail is closed permanently but for the part that's open, it's a 10-kilometre return hike to the coast.\nYou can follow the trail northwards along the headlands and through meadows to get to Steve's Cove and the end of the trail.\nFrom the cliffs, there are breathtaking views of the southern coastline of Gros Morne National Park.\nIf you return by the same route, it'll be uphill most of the way and steep in some places.\nView this post on Instagram Picture this....we’re standing down on the beach with no one else around, then all the sudden we hear this screaming sound. We look up to see this sheep standing at the top of the cliff. He was literally screaming at us, not “baaaing”. Cayden and him seemed to speak the same language. Cayden screamed back and the sheep would respond. 🐑 **swipe to see what I mean about being at the top of the cliff** • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • #sheepofinstagram #roadtrip2019 #newfoundlandandlabrador #atlanticcanada #canadianroadtrip #ExploreNL #ExploreCanada #newfoundland #discovernewfoundland #newfoundlandcanada #mycanadianphotos #canadaroadtrip #familyroadtrip #explorenewfoundland #goobiefamilyadventures #welcometonewfoundland #familytravelblogger #oh_canada #canadianadventure #exploringcanada #travelingcanada #ilovecanada #canadagram #canadaeh #sillysheep #newfoundlandsheep #greengardenstrail #grosmornenationalpark #grosmorne #greengardens A post shared by Martha Goobie (@coordinating_the_chaos) on Jun 26, 2019 at 4:52am PDT\nWhile the wild sheep and the scenery are beautiful, it's important to stay aware of your surroundings.\nParks Canada recommends staying on the trail and not walking close to cliff edges because they could be dangerous.\nWhen walking on the shore you should watch for falling rocks near cliffs, be cautious as rocks can be slippery and be on the lookout for rising tides.\nView this post on Instagram Hiking the Green Gardens Trail in Newfoundland we came across a herd of sheep. Prior research didn't prepare us for this delightful surprise. These sheep are brought here to pasture during the summer and were an entertaining distraction before the steep climb out! #greengardenstrail #newfoundland #discovercanada #photography #hiking #ParksCanada A post shared by Jerrad Pulham (@jerradp) on Sep 10, 2018 at 6:15am PDT\nCanada's east coast is full of unique places with amazing wildlife like the sheep on this trail.\nSable Island off Nova Scotia has more wild horses than humans and a teardrop-shaped island off the coast of New Brunswick is home to over 1,000 pairs of Atlantic puffins.