Gros Morne National Park
Newfoundland and Labrador
Set among the Long Range Mountains, Gros Morne is a place forged by colliding continents; its desert-like Tablelands is one of the few places where the Earth's mantle is exposed. Spot moose and caribou as you explore forests and fjords, bogs and beaches cut by cliffside trails and cool-blue rivers. Don't fancy primitive camping? Reserve a pitch at one of five campsites, including Trout River Pond, from where you can hike its namesake trail. Such natural beauty is like opium for creatives - plan your visit in line with arts festivals such as Trails, Tales and Tunes and Writers at Woody Point.