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Newfoundland and Labrador Snow

That low rumble you hear in the Newfoundland and Labrador woods every winter isn’t a bear; it’s a snowmobile. The province loves its high-powered snow adventures, and they’ve carved out a huge snowmobiling trail system to satisfy the need for an adrenaline rush in the winter months. Try out the 900-kilometer trail running along the former Canadian National Railway, or ride into Labrador over the St. Lawrence River. Labrador is where you can really let loose – the tundra just calls out for a real snowmobiling adventurer to try it on for size.

An average snowfall of 15 feet is sure to please the most powder-loving skier, and the view from the mountains leaves you gasping as you soar out into the white slopes. Marble Mountain is a sure bet for downhill enthusiasts, with 1,700 feet of powder ready for anyone heading straight down. Snowboarding, telemarking, and downhill skiing is all fair game on Marble Mountain, and with cross-country trails flitting to and fro across the province in gorgeous settings like Terra Nova and Gros Morne National Parks, you’ll never lack for a winter activity.

If you like your winter a little more low-key, strap on a pair of snowshoes and head out into the wilderness to take in some beautiful views and the smell of evergreens. Check out the amazing winter festivals, including the stunning Bay Roberts Festival of Lights, or the amazing skill of the ice-sculptors featured at the Mount Pearl Frosty Festival.

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