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Published By Todd Lucier on November 7th, 2006 in Edge Insider
A few friends and I were treated to a magical adventure flying by helicopter over some of the most renowned landscapes in the world. Over the past two years, Celes Davar (Earth Rhythms – Manitoba), Nancy Arsenault (Royal Roads University – British Columbia) and I have made four trips to Gros Morne National Park to teach a unique economic development course in experiential tourism. Take a peak at this short slide show which takes off from Parks Canada Headquarters in Rocky Harbour.
We fly to Gros Morne Mountain and go over the top where Caribou roam. Numerous glacially carved fjords and a waterfall are highlights. Later, Moose roam the tops of the mountains before seeing the sun peak through the clouds as we return to the ocean side town of Rocky Harbour.
See the Video here: