Western Newfoundland is one of Canada's most scenic landscapes. Scenic fjords, rivalling Norway or BC, offer the interested hiker, sea kayaker or backcountry skier a variety of places to explore. The unique geology is one reason for the establishment of Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This talk unravels why part of Newfoundland looks the way it does and what processes have shaped its rugged landscape.
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