|TABLELANDS MOUNTAINS HIKE|
Spend a day exploring what was once the earth's mantle - one of the rarest sights on our planet.
Witness this 'other worldly' landscape of the last glacial period, the Wisconsin Ice Age, which occurred 10 - 15 thousand years ago. Walk on paths carved out by ancient glaciers and stand between walls of hanging valleys and observe unique plant life that has evolved to thrive in this extreme ecosystem.
Gros Morne National Park's Tableland Mountains were once covered with limestone, but the last ice age eroded all of the limestone, exposing the earth`s mantle - one of the main reasons the Tableland Mountain are listed as a World UNESCO Heritage Site.