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The Tablelands
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Reviewed September 26, 2012

But to see it all, you must climb it, of trail so you get the wonderfull view ... and an experience you'll never forget

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Reviewed September 25, 2012

The name depicted in my mind's eye, small rock formations similar to the Badlands in Aberta. What a surprise then to view these spectacular mountain formations in soft colours changing with the position of the sun.They burst out of the bottom of a sea many million years ago to awe us today

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Reviewed September 17, 2012

After so many miles of trees it was very odd to come across this barren and sandy colored place. Worth exploring

2  Thank torontolove2travelb2
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Reviewed September 9, 2012

An experience everyone should have! A stark and rugged landscape that boasts a multitude of hardy flowers and shrubs. There is magic here from the ground up! We were able to hike with our 3 month old secured in a stoller for most of the trail, but had to turn around upon reaching the foothills as it became too 'rocky' for us to continue!

1  Thank SelectiveCustomer1
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

No trip to Gros Morne is complete without a trip to the Tablelands. A 4km return hike, with or without the free Explora audio guide provided by the Discovery Center, takes you into a deep bowl that will awe you. There is no place in the Americas like the Tablelands. If you can, go twice - once on your own, and once with the knowledgable Park staff who lead a two-hour walk three or four mornings a week and show you more than you can ever imagine about the place's geology and plants. Did you know you can see frost polygons here, the way you can in northern Labrador? Or small arctic plants that absorb toxic metals from the rocky ground? That's part of the magic of the Tablelands. There can sometimes be too many people joining you here, but the place is so big, so beautiful, so wild, that you can find a direction to turn or a place to sit where the Tablelands belongs only to you.

2  Thank twoinmaine
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