Newfoundland and Labrador Sights



Codroy Valley

Codroy Valley Review

As you travel down the Trans-Canada Highway toward Port aux Basques, routes 404, 405, 406, and 407 bring you into the small Scottish communities of the Codroy Valley. Some of the most productive farms in the province are nestled in the valley against the backdrop of the Long Range Mountains, from which gales strong enough to stop traffic hurtle down to the coast. Locally known as Wreckhouse winds, they have overturned tractor trailers. The Codroy Valley is great for bird-watching, and the Grand Codroy River is ideal for kayaking. Walking trails, a golf course, and mountain hikes make the area an appealing stop for nature lovers.

Updated: 11-15-2013

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