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Gros Morne hiking

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Hi all - I'm trying to get information about hiking in Gros Morne National Park. My travel companion and I don't hike much but are young and relatively fit people. We will probably only have one day to hike and I would love to do the Gros Morne Mountain/James Callaghan Trail. I have found the Park's website information ( but wondered if anyone who has actually hiked there can tell me how strenuous it truly is.

Obviously, each person's experience will differ, but I'd love to get a general sense. Alternative suggestions welcome. The other trails are here:

Going in August.


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