Discover The Heart
of Gros Morne
Founded in 2017, Out East Adventures offers a range of services including B&B and hostel style accommodation, guided adventure tours, gear rentals and a trail shop. Our main office is located in the town of Rocky Harbour, while our B&B is a short drive away in Norris Point. We operate inside Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of Newfoundland.
Gros Morne National Park is a world renowned UNESCO heritage site, showcasing stunning natural beauty and unique geological formations. Shaped by glaciers and continental collision, the landscape is as diverse as they come, with towering fjords rising above sandy beaches and moose filled bogs giving way to thick boreal forest, sea stacks rising out of the ocean and highland alpine tundra atop the mountains.
If you are looking for an active holiday in one of the most beautiful places in the world, then look no further!
In fact National Geographic® has listed the Long Range Traverse, located inside the national park, as one of the best hikes in the world.
Out East Adventures REVIEWS
“The brochure explicitly says that this is a tough hike and it ain't a walk in the park... But man, was it worth it!
Colin has been leading adventure tours for over a decade. He has been guiding all over the world including Canada, Norway and Australia. In 2017 he returned to his roots in Western Newfoundland and set up Out East Adventures. Colin is a kitesurfer, traveler and photographer. He is constantly looking for the next adventure, be it a new sport or a new country. Always cheerful, Colin has a practical down-to-earth approach to life and looks forward to welcoming you to our beautiful province.
Ben has been living and exploring in Gros Morne area since he was a small child and the mountains of the west coast turned him into an adventure enthusiasts at a young age. He has been guiding with Out East Adventures for 4 seasons. He is currently pursuing a bachelors of arts in sociology at Memorial University, spending any spare time hiking, skiing, and camping in the backcountry to clear his mind.
Garry has been living in and exploring Western Newfoundland since falling in love with the rugged beauty of the region and moving here in 2014. On his off days, you’ll typically find him back in the woods; hiking, camping and trail running with his dog. In the winter, he is a professional ski patroller at Marble Mountain. Garry is also a member of Search & Rescue and a Wilderness First Aid instructor. Now in his 3rd year of guiding, he’s looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for the area with all of our guests.
A former firefighter and survival instructor, Brad returned home in 2015 after 20 years in Alberta and is now an integral addition to our OEA family. An avid outdoorsman, Brad has a deep family history rooted in the Gros Morne area, with his relatives once being the lighthouse operators in Rocky Harbor. Always quick with a story or joke, and exceptionally responsive to the needs of our guests, Brad provides the true down home atmosphere that the folks here in Newfoundland are renowned for.
Being an English North Yorkshire lad, Nathaniel has grown up with the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors as his back yard. From mountain biking to climbing to hiking, there are not many nooks in Yorkshire's Triassic Coast undiscovered. Nathaniel has traveled and hiked in Spain, Greece and Australia before finally landing in Newfoundland, Canada to explore some of the most beautiful, rugged and unspoiled coastlines in the world.