Newfoundland - Trinity Bay
Rated #1 in 2011 by National Geographic’s Traveler magazine of the world's great coastlines for sustainability and authenticity, a journey to the Avalon Peninsula is like going back in time. It’s close-knit communities; strong local culture and unspoiled scenery provide a unique insight into an earlier era. During this tour we will depart from the historic fishing town of Trinity and paddle up the rugged and isolated western coast of Trinity Bay. Our trip ends at the tip of the peninsula where the imposing light station of Bonavista looks out upon the Labrador Sea where John Cabot sailed in 1497 and laid claim to the region for the English.
The Trinity Bay sea kayaking expedition is suitable for paddlers with some previous experience. The trip is run in cooperation with Coastal Adventures.
Guides 5:1 ratio
• 7 nights of camping
• excellent trail meals and snacks from Day 1 lunch to Day 8 lunch
• sea kayaks with rudders, waterproof hatches
• spray decks, paddles, PFDs (you may bring your own)
• cold-water clothing: wet suits, paddling jackets, booties, pogies, hoods
• throw lines, pumps, and other safety accessories
• "kitchen": tarp, cooking stoves, utensils, dishes, etc.
• dry bags and containers for food and group equipment
• first aid, safety, kayak rescue, and repair kits
• emergency communications equipment
• transportation of guides, group gear, food, etc. to Trinity
Trip Rendezvous Point: Trinity, NL