Find more backcountry skiing videos at: http://www.backccountryskiingcanada.com Newfoundland's Gros Morne National Park is an
back country skiing in Gros Morne National Park.
Backcountry Skiing and Ski Touring with Martin Hanzalek in Trout River Bowl, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland Canada.
In this adventure, the crew sets off to Gros Morne National Park with Ski the East Meatheads Productions, for what turned out to be
View more RadXSports videos on our channel, http://www.youtube.com/radxsports It's well known that the big racers come from the
Killdevil gave us the goods!!
Pippy Park Ski Trails St. John's newfoundland.
On the Canadian Island of Baffin, in Nunavat, lies some of the most beautiful, pristine, landscape in the world, untouched by time.
No matter where you are in Newfoundland and Labrador, you're never far from the soft, fresh powder of a top-rate ski resort. On the
Avalanche expert Cam Campbell visited Western Newfoundland in March 2012. He saw many recent avalanches in the Lewis Hills
When you earn your turns, it just feels that much more incredible! :30 in, there is a pretty fun little patch of snow. Enjoy!
playing in the pow pow.
Highlights video from SkiAbility Algoma's 2010 season ! North Glory Media 2010. All Rights Reserved.
Who needs roads when you've got 5000 km of groomed trails, carving through some of the most breathtaking scenery ever touched
http://www.outdoors.org/publications/outdoors/2010/features/northeast-backcountry-ski-tours.cfm David Goodman describes
With an average annual snowfall of 16 feet and a predisposition for fun, Newfoundland and Labrador does winter in a way that
A place with an amazing story spanning more than 500 years. A city with experience, character and charm. Despite its age, this
Join us for a road trip through beautiful Western Newfoundland. This wild and rugged land boasts abundant breathing room and a
Mountains, wide-open valleys, rushing waterfalls, and you flying weightless above it all. Feel yourself come to life with the
Imagine driving a team of friendly huskies through the pristine winter landscape of Newfoundland and Labrador's most beautiful
A short teaser depicting some of Newfoundland's best snowmobiliers, in the surreal backcountry of Western Newfoundland, shot
Taken on one afternoon in late April, 2012 on the west coast of Newfoundland in the Lewis Hills. www.roninphoto.ca.
With a rugged mountain range five times older than the Rockies and 16 feet of snow, Newfoundland and Labrador offers world-class
The Tablelands are always good for an adventure. Here we are in early May of 2005, I think. You can see Norris Point at the top of
There's no good powder skiing in the East - Are you sur about that ?! Training, Exploration and Fun.
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