By Old Crow Magazine on January 31, 2017Exploring Gros Morne National Park in the winter almost feels like you’re getting away with something. Like exploring this incredible place isn’t something you’re supposed to be able to do once the temperature drops. But when you add a layer of fresh snow and the blue-sky winter days that are so common around here, you… Read More
By Old Crow Magazine on January 20, 2017With sunny, blue sky winter days calling us out in to the snow in Gros Morne National Park, the Burnt Hill trail in Norris Point is a perfect snowshoe trail to get you outside in to the elements, without having to travel too far. The Burnt Hill trail starts on the north side of the Norris… Read More
By Old Crow Magazine on December 22, 2016World-class pianist Jan Lisiecki (only 21, and from Calgary) was in Gros Morne National Park in July 2016 to perform a solo concert at St. Pats in Woody Point, NL. Prior to his concert, young piano student Gina Spencer had the opportunity to interview Jan, asking him questions about learning piano, travelling, his favourite composers,… Read More
By Old Crow Magazine on December 13, 2016After such an incredible year in Gros Morne, we want to showcase ten of our favourite photos from 2016. Each of these images capture the spirit, energy, and magic that we think envelops Gros Morne National Park. We collected twenty of our favourite images of the year. Each of these photos were collected from the… Read More
By Old Crow Magazine on December 1, 2016Throwback to Norris Point around the year 1900, looking out over the point and the tickle to Bonne Bay, with shadows of the Tablelands seen in the background. Photo developed from a glass negative by the Geography Department at Memorial University. Image obtained from the Memorial University Digital Archives Initiative.