View of the coastline at Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland

Cruise to Corner Brook, Newfoundland

Surrounded by the Blomidon Mountains, Corner Brook is the ultimate outdoor playground. Captain James Cook might have beaten you to the punch when he arrived here in 1767, but there's no such thing as a bad time to discover this fjord's end sheltered in the Bay of Islands off the West Coast of Newfoundland. The locals are warm, the water is cold, and the fun factor is high. Hike, paddle, boat, bike, fish and sightsee your way through scenic Humber Valley, and experience the towering cliffs and waterfalls of Gros Morne National park.
National Language English
Currency Accepted Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Things To Do in Corner Brook

Two people ziplining over a forest

Corner Brook, Newfoundland Ziplining

Go Flying

Go Flying

Adrenaline junkies won't be disappointed on Marble Mountain. Take in the majestic Steady Brook Gorge and Falls while you zip-line hundreds of feet in the air. If nine zip lines aren't enough, challenge yourself with an aerial course that includes three obstacles suspended up to 50 feet above the ground.

A small boat on a beach in Newfoundland

Corner Brook, Newfoundland Small Boat On Beach

Reel One In

Reel One In

You're not leaving with anything less than a 15-pounder when your guide helps you wrangle a two-handed rod on the Lower Humber. Anglers of all skill levels are welcome and encouraged to set their sights on that 40-pound-fish story of a lifetime.

People hiking through a cave

Corner Brook, Newfoundland People Hiking Through A Cave

Go Spelunking

Strap on some snow shoes, and let your tour guide outfit you for a trail trek you won't soon forget. With caves called Dinosaur Teeth and Rat's Crawl, you know you're in for a memorable experience. Spooky stories included.

Toutons with molasses poured on top

Corner Brook, Newfoundland Touton With Molasses

Local Cuisine

Newfoundland cuisine is in a category of its own. Try toutons, a local fried-dough pancake, with molasses for a sweet start to the day. Head to a local steakhouse for prime cuts, maple-glazed scallops or cod tongues (actually a cut from the fish's neck) with pork scrunchions, small bits of crisped pork fat that add flavor and crunch. Or treat yourself to a traditional Jiggs Dinner, a hearty meal of salted beef, potatoes and vegetables.

An assortment of honey at a shop

Corner Brook, Newfoundland Honey Shop


You're in for unique finds in Corner Brook. Just off the main drag on Main Street, you'll find quirky concept boutiques dedicated to local goods. Pick up Newfoundland wildflower honey, handspun wools, pottery, soap and jewelry. Snag some moose antler accessories or local sea buckthorn oil.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 Want a less structured day? Rent a car for a few hours and take a scenic drive.
2 Tourists in Newfoundland are often known as "come-from-aways.
3 Wondering what to answer when asked if you're "gutfounded?" It's the local term for "hungry.

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