When you land on the breathtaking photos of Gros Morne Park, the tourism site for Newfound Land and labrador cheekily says "suddenly four walls and a yoga mat just won't cut it"\nREAD ALSO: Montreal’s Best Outdoor Markets You Need To Visit This Spring\nOne look at this incredible jaw-dropping landscape and the bar will be raised to another level. It took 485 million years for the forces of nature to create what is known and experienced as Gros Morne Park today.\nVia newfoundlandlabrador\nThis Canadian wonder is a UNESCO world heritage site covering 1,805 square kilometers, where you can hike, boat, eat, swim, and take in the mind-blowing power of raw nature at it's best.\nHikers of all levels can enjoy a day in the park. But you don't need to stay for the day, bring your camping gear and stay overnight. Or - if you prefer some cozier accommodations, this popular tourist attraction boasts local and charming accommodations in the area.\nVia newfoundlandlabrador\nNot only is Gros Morne one of Newfoundland's number one attractions, Newfoundland itself is a gem waiting to be discovered. Giving you the experience of traveling to Iceland without the 6-hour flight.\nFlying from Montreal to St.Johns is just a quick two and a half hour flight. With a population of only about 100,000 the quaint and humble nature of the coastal city will charm any tourists passing by. Don't let the small population fool you, there are tons of things to do and see in St.Johns. It's also Instagram heaven, I just had to say it.\nView this post on Instagram Here, in St. John’s, you’ll find colourful jellybean row houses wedged together, lining the sides of steep hills and hidden alleyways. Once you've meandered down to the harbour, look towards the Narrows and imagine a time when the waters were brimming with fishing schooners. #ExploreNL #ExploreCanada A post shared by Newfoundland Labrador Tourism (@newfoundlandlabrador) on Mar 1, 2018 at 12:31pm PST\nSo when you're done eating lobster and sipping on local brew, you can head out for your nature adventure to Gros Morne Park. The drive may be long - about 6-hours - but it's part of the journey of traveling across this beautiful province with some of the most incredible sights.\n@newfoundlandlabradorembedded via\nFor more information on Gros Morne and Newfoundland, click HERE and HERE.