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I recommend parking at the south trailhead to Green Point, slightly past the entrance to the Green Point camp site. It was a short walk to the beach and I highly recommend that you go on a guided walk with a Park Canada guide if...More
We had a wonderful time with our guide here and learned a lot. Trevor was really good at explaining everything and was entertaining as well! After the talk we explored the area and found a couple of fossils that he explained were graptolites.
Friends told us not to miss this site on our Newfoundland adventure and we’re so glad we went. Very interesting geological site with many types of rock formations and layers. Almost hard to believe what you are seeing. We missed the posted times/days for the...More
Very important geological area where the Ordovician and Cambrian rock formations meet. Pity that the day we were there was raining and misty, but we walked across the short path down to the beach, and then underneath the cliffs to look up and marvel at...More