What a view from the top of Gros Morne Mountain in Newfoundland

View from the top of Gros Morne Mountain
View from the top of Gros Morne Mountain

I hiked Gros Morne Mountain on Sept. 6, 2009.  Gros Morne Mountain is located in Gros Morne National Park on the West side of Newfoundland.  It was a beautiful day and the breeze kept the bugs away!  This seemed like a perfect time of year to hike Gros Morne!  I might do it again next year if I am still in Newfoundland. I snapped this photo with a little point and shoot canon powershot.  In my opinion the point and shoot cameras are great to bring along when you’re hiking a mountain!

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  1. I’m currently spending some time on Fogo Island, Newfoundland, and I stumbled across your blog while doing some research for a trip to Gros Morne. Before I knew it, I was clicking from one post to another, watching your videos, and enjoying your photography. I just wanted to let you know that you have an excellent site, not to mention your approach to travel and life. I’ll certainly be back for more.


    1. Hi Curtis!
      Thank you so much for the kind message. I don’t get comments often so it is such a treat to get a really nice one! I took a peek at your site, your photos are beautiful! Really love the landscapes – the first image you see with the rainbow, and the Iceland one, And Rapeseed in a Storn // Northern Slovakia
      is breathtaking!!! And, LOVEEE your mountain landscapes! Just amazing. Thank you again for visiting my blog, I hope you visit often and stay in touch. Feel free to add me on Facebook if you like. All the best,
      Natalie :)

      1. Hi Natalie,

        Thanks for taking the time to look at my website. I’m glad you found something there you liked. :) I’m off to California and Arizona for about six weeks as of the beginning of May to do some photography in Yosemite, Death Valley, Bryce Canyon, etc. So please check back for new images. I’ll be sure to keep an eye on your blog. I like your passion for travel and imagery. So let’s stay in touch.


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