So Near and Yet So Far: The fjords, icebergs and outports of Newfoundland

May 9, 2017
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax

May 9th, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Newfoundland has a vast and diverse coastline, much of it inaccessible to the casual traveler. However the sea kayak is an ideal means to reach many of its hidden gems – and a biological, geological, and human history that rivals anywhere else on the continent. 

Newfoundland coastline

Join Dr. Scott Cunningham of Coastal Adventures, and the author of Sea Kayaking in Nova Scotia, as he describes the special coastal areas he discovered over years of exploring our neighboring Atlantic province with on foot and in kayak.

Kayaking beside icebergs

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Richard MacMichael