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Trails

Trails

Corner Brook Stream Trail
The trail winds through the city, following the meandering Corner Brook Stream.  The trail is groomed and has rest areas throughout the three diverse sections of the trail. 

The downtown trail features the Glynmill Inn Pond where a family of swans is the star attraction.  This section of the trail can be accessed via:

  • Glynmill Inn – 1b Cobb Lane
  • Margaret Bowater Park – O’Connell Drive
  • City Hall – 2 Mount Bernard Avenue
  • Sir Richards Squires Building- O’Connell Drive at Mount Bernard Avenue
  • Park Street – next to Sorrento’s
  • Corner Brook Port

The upstream section takes walkers through an exciting natural gorge area offering spectacular views.  The sunset from this area is amazing!  Access this part of the trail via: Crocker’s Road – near Exit 5, Trans Canada Highway

Three Bear Mountain offers walkers a panoramic view of the City of Corner Brook.  A short walk will bring you to information panels highlighting various scenes you are able to view from this vantage point.  This trail can be accessed from the parking lot of O’Connell Centre located at 1 Hospital Hill.

Online maps and trail descriptions are available at www.cbstream.com

International Appalachian Trail
Route 440, Corner Brook
The Newfoundland Labrador portion of the Appalachian Trail is 1200 km long (745 miles) and stretches from Port Aux Basques to L’Anse aux Meadows.  To access the Humber Valley Trail, cross the Ballam Bridge from Riverside Drive and turn right at the start of Route 440 (North Shore Highway).  The hike takes about four hours and brings you to the top of the “Old Man in the Mountain”. 709-639-3313 or info@iatnl.ca

Hughes Brook Trail
Route 440, Hughes Brook
The Hughes Brook Trail travels from the Hughes Brook Bridge along the river, all the way to the estuary leading into the harbour.

Newfoundland T’Railway
www.trailway.ca