Corner Brook, Newfoundland


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Corner Brook is located on the southern shore of the Bay of Islands, a long inlet on the island of Newfoundland. The greater area is made up of hilly lowlands surrounded by the Long Range Mountains, an extension of the Appalachian Ridge. The valley was created by a retreating glacier at the end of the last ice age and allows for great views of the bay.

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by skerry12

Another great port. Beautiful country. We took the Gros Morne National Park excursion - absolutely beautiful ride with several stops. The most disappointing stop was the National Park. There is a building with an exhibit and a movie - neither were very interesting. Spent way too much time here. Lunch at a local hotel, seafood that was not prepared well and tasteless. The other stops and the countryside are worth the excursion.

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