Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve, Raleigh

#14 of 24 in Wildlife in Newfoundland
Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve is a nature reserve located within the town of Raleigh, Newfoundland and Labrador, and just northwest of Pistolet Bay Provincial Park. It has a large area of exposed limestone and a naturally harsh climate that permits the growth of rare dwarf flora often found in arctic and alpine areas.
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  • Driving in Newfoundland is seeing a lot of wilderness. Here you really have a piece of wilderness of the wilderness... A pleasant short encounter with unspoiled nature. The view towards Raleigh is als...  more »
  • Beautiful beyond words, you will likely not see another soul..this is refreshing and eerie at the same time. There is a beauty in the starkness. Nature shows strength to thrive in such a harsh landsca...  more »
  • We went on a tour of Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve with Ted, the knowledgeable owner of Burnt Cape Cabins in Raleigh. We are very glad we booked the tour - there is no way we would have attempted the ...  more »
  • Very barren and unique arctic landscape. Would go with a guide, as there are no trails and no signage. Lots of neat little flowers that will be researched later. Cool rock formations...if you know how to find them and where to walk (there are some high cliffs).

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