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Viking Trail Tourism Association

The Viking Trail encompasses a large area. It begins in Deer Lake and ends in L’Anse aux Meadows in the north. We also recognize our important connection with our partners in the Labrador Straits region from L’Anse au Clair to Battle Harbour.

This region is known for its scenic beauty, natural wonders, rich history and culture. Our people are some the friendliest you will ever meet. There is so much to see and do while you are exploring the Viking Trail. Just make sure you allow enough time to experience it all!

Your Journey Begins Here:

•  Icebergs & Whales •  Green Moose Interpretation Centre
•  Hiking & Walking Trails •  Grenfell Historic Properties
•  Historic Homes & Museums •  Norstead Viking Village
•  Spectacular Scenery & Wildlife •  Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve
•  Gros Morne National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) •  Watt’s Point Ecological Reserve
•  L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site (UNESCO World Heritage Site) •  Hare Bay Islands Ecological Reserve
•  Bonne Bay Marine Station •  Point Amour Lighthouse
•  The Discovery Centre •  Red Bay National Historic Site
•  French Shore Tapestry •  Battle Harbour National Historic District
•  Port au Choix National Historic Site •  Maritime Archaic Burial Mound
•  Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Centre

Click any of the following links to learn more about the VTTA.

President's Welcome
Board of Directors
Our Members
Our Vision
Our History
VTTA Constitution

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