Humber Arm from Captain Cook Historic Site in Corner Brook, Canada

This majestic vista framed by autumn foliage is Humber Arm. The fjord stretches about 22 miles into Western Newfoundland before reaching Corner Brook. It is one of three arms of the Bay of Islands which in turn is a large inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. On the left is Blomidon Mountains. Locals call it Blow Me Down Mountains. The summit reaches 2,313 feet. This is a popular area for hikers and those hoping to spot moose and caribou.


Cook Historic Site, Mayfair Ave, Corner Brook, NL A2H 6M7, Canada


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