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St. Anthony is truly, a "Hiker's Heaven" - with a variety of trails which offer incredible beauty and solitude.. It is advisable to wear rugged shoes (preferably waterproof) to allow complete flexibility.
Northern Newfoundland terrain is extremely diverse and rocky.. However, there is a multitude of fully groomed trails and boardwalks - which are easily accessible for all people & abilities.. Remember to dress in layers, pack a lunch and bring liquids.. Always tell someone where you are going..
Click on links provided below for descriptions and locations of our local hiking trails..
American Drive Trail
Bottom Brook Trails
Fishing Point Trails
Lamage Point Trail
Military Base Trail
Tea House Trail
Clink on map link provided below to view approximate trail locations..
St. Anthony Town Map
Winter Hiking (Snowshoeing)
Winter does not diminish hiking in the St. Anthony area.. Just follow virtually any snowmobile trail - which consists of hard, packed snow - and you can hike almost anywhere.. These snowmobile trails usually follow the most beautiful, scenic areas.. There is enough "elbow-space" that you will rarely encounter more than 2-3 snowmobiles during an afternoon walk.. Wear snowshoes for even greater flexibility.. You can purchase locally made snowshoes at several stores in St. Anthony (about $25-$50 CDN) - which are designed to work really well and reliably.. Winter hiking is incredibly beautiful in St. Anthony and surrounding region..
Travel the Viking Trail to St. Anthony and view a land that is unique & magical.. Experience nature at it's finest, enjoy boat tours that will leave lasting memories and meet friendly people along the way..