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Maclellan Inn

Maclellan Inn

hiking

Hiking

Wreckhouse

Wreckhouse

Activities

Spend an afternoon in the Codroy Valley fishing. For the outdoors winter enthusiasts, there are opportunities for snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing through the winter wonderland of the codroy Valley. Your stay can be as relaxing or fun-filled as you like, we have it all.

Bird Watching: Visit the Codroy Valley Estuary, Codroy Valley, Beaches of Grand Bay West and Cheeseman Provincial Park and possibly see Red Crossbills, Ovenbird, Red-throated hummingbird, Grey Catbird, Red-eyed Vereo along with many others. For serious bird watchers we can make arrangements to make connections with other accommodations providers across the province and with specialized bird watching tour operators.

Golf: St. Andrew's Na Creige Golf Course, a scenic nine-hole golf course, provides spectacular panoramic views of the Long Range Mountains and Little Codroy River and is located just 12 kms Maclellan Inn.

Kayaking & Canoeing: The Grand Codroy River system has been recognized as a Wetlands of International Importance to the ecosystem and offers some great opportunities to witness a variety of birds, as well as other wildlife.

Hiking: The Starlight Trail is a well-marked two hour return trip, of the Long Range Mountains. The Wreckhouse Trail, is located 20 kms northwest of Port aux Basques and takes about 4 hours to walk. Nearby Cape Ray has a spectacular sand beach that attracts shore birds.


Attractions

The Wetlands: The Codroy Valley contains one of the largest and richest estuaries in Newfoundland & Labrador. A greater variety of waterfowl species stop here than anywhere else in the province. It is the only wetlands in the province to receive Ramsar designation as "A Wetlands of International Significance". Enjoy a visit to the Interpretation Centre and the Interpretation Trail running along the banks of the Grand Codroy River.

Wreckhouse: Locals claim that Wreckhouse is the second windiest place in the world, and they may well be right; the winds have been known to gust in excess of 200km per hour here!

Gros Morne National Park: We are 4.5 hours away from the second largest National Park in eastern Canada, Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site stretching across 1,805 square kilometres of western Newfoundland as part of the towering Long Range Mountains.

Cape Anguilles