Under a Rainbow : Gros Morne National Park - Day 1
Around mid-morning we headed out on the Bakers Brook Falls trail, which is located close to the Berry Hill campground. This trail is a 10 km loop that takes hikers through a variety of habitats, including spruce bogs, areas of regeneration, and a high alpine meadow, and it ends at the large and very impressive Baker's Falls. Much of the trail is boardwalk, and the vistas alternate between the snow-capped peaks of the Long Range mountains, coastal meadows leading to the Atlantic Ocean, and more enclosed forest. It was an interesting and beautiful hike.
As we were making dinner, nature put on a show for us that cannot be matched. As the sun set the trees on the opposite side of the lake suddenly lit up, and not one but two full rainbows appeared! We had no idea that when a double rainbow appears, the colours in the two bands appear opposite to each other.
As darkness falls, we are listening to the rain falling outside, and are very glad to be inside the nice, cozy, warm cabin.
See you on the trail!
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Really enjoying following your progress, Gros Morne is truly remarkable. If you have the motivation and energy definitely try out the James Callaghan Trail for that classic Fjord view.ReplyDelete