Located in Canada, the cross country skiing in Newfoundland is known for three cool cross-country skiing trails. The best Newfoundland cross country skiing based on popularity are considered to be Gros Morne National Park, Whaleback Nordic Trails, and Blow Me Down Trails. For a detailed Nordic ski trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Newfoundland cross country skiing trail below.
Near Stephenville, the Whaleback Nordic Trail System has 25km of cross country skiing trails groomed for classical and skate skiing. Plus, theres 2.2km lit for night skiing. The trails at Whaleback Nordic are undulating with several sections that can be classed as moderately taxing.
On the western coastline north of Corner Brook, the Gros Morne National Park has 30 km of groomed cross country ski trails scattered in five areas with several warming huts. The Bakers Brook Hut is easily accessed for beginners while the Tablelands hut is more remote (8km). The North Rim Traverse is an 18 mile trek through artic-alpine barrenlands occupied by moose and ptarmign.