Hoff's Aliner Travels
A Travel Blog for US and Canadian Parks with Geological Notes

Terra Nova National Park, Newfoundland
Terra Nova has diverse habitats from woodlands, bogs and ponds to rugged coastlines and granite headlands. It is characterized by black spruce trees with pockets of balsam fir, white pine, mountain ash, tamarack, maple and other deciduous tree species.
I hiked up Ochre Hill Lookout and was surprised by the caribou moss (actually a lichen). It rises like white foam through the bushes.
Some views are from Millcove Lookout.

Geology of Terra Nova National Park


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