The Tablelands, Gros Morne National Park
(4.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Walk along the Earth's mantle at World Heritage Site The Tablelands, a rare opportunity experienced by few. Forged when the tectonic plates of Africa and North America collided, this breathtaking scenery is a dramatic composition of deep ocean crust, rocks from the Earth's mantle, and eroded remnants of a 1.2 billion year old mountain range. Hike along golden rocky plains, absorbing this dynamic terrain and spectacular views from various lookouts. Various trails allow walkers of all abilities to encounter the site, and daily guides from the national park provide a wealth of geological information. Our Gros Morne National Park itinerary planner makes visiting The Tablelands and other Gros Morne National Park attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We did the trail at Tablelands on our own as part of a Geocaching Earthcache. In retrospect we should have stopped at the visitors center before (and not after) our trek - and in reading other reviews...  more »
  • Our first introduction to the Tablelands was from the back via the Trout River Pond trail. The hike required several river fords (likely a result of the large rain accumulations in the previous days) ...  more »
  • Park in the lot and hike the trail across the Tablelands where the earth's mantle is visible, a rare opportunity making this location a World Heritage site. The wind can be brutal. We were there in Oc...  more »