The Viking Trail encompasses a region which is extremely rich in history. A medley of coastal communities dot the coastline along the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland such as Main Brook, St Anthony, Port au Choix, Conche, Rocky Harbour and in Labrador: Red Bay, Battle Harbour and Point Amour. These are just to name a few and they all have a part to play in the Viking Trail saga which begun around 1000 years ago.
The Viking trail consists of numerous National and Provincial Historic Sites, National and Provincial Parks, ecological reserves, and Monument sites.
We highly recommend accommodation at Tuckamore Lodge in Main Brook during your stay on the northern end of the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Pictures Of Icebergs
Stock Picture of Icbergs along the Newfoundland Coast near St Anthony
Stock pictures of icebergs off the coast of Newfoundland. The so called Viking Trail on the West...
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