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History, friendliness, and steadfast authenticity are woven into every aspect of the Trinity area or locally known as “Trinity Bight “of Newfoundland and Labrador. From the beautifully restored fishing rooms and saltbox houses, to the lovely people greeting you in the lanes and welcoming you into their homes.

Houses, museums, art galleries, and other historic buildings preserved from the 18th century, fill Trinity and its surrounding communities. From English Harbour to New Bonaventure, traditional root cellars poke up from the grass and along hillsides. Follow hiking trails that bring you to rolling granite slopes and spectacular beaches. You can also take boat tours to experience the beautiful landscape from a different perspective, as well as spot whales, birds, and icebergs.

At the New Founde Lande Trinity Pageant, let us pull you into the 1700s. On this scenic walking tour, local actors and singers from Rising Tide Theatre give you a glimpse of the daily lives, traditions, and hardships of our forefathers. Be whisked back to the past as you wander through the historic merchant buildings, churches, homes, and cemeteries of Trinity. This area is known for its talented performers and exceptional theatre and events.

One of the province’s most popular trails is the Skerwink on the Bonavista Peninsula. The trail winds a 5.3 km circle around Skerwink Head near Port Rexton and Trinity East. Along the way you’ll catch glimpses of sea stacks, seabirds and whales, beaches and bergs, as well as caves and arches.

Tour the filming locations of The Shipping News and Random Passage. You can rest on the top of a cliff and look out over the ocean, as did Kevin Spacey, Julianne Moore, and Dame Judy Dench while rehearsing their lines.

Find your way using old-fashioned street signage marked in calligraphy. Chat with people who hold a genuine air of old-world charm and hospitality found no where else. As you wander along the narrow streets in Trinity, you'll find yourself wrapped in our history.

Getting Here:

The Trinity Area or Trinity Bight includes the towns of Trinity, Trinity East, Port Rexton, Trouty, Goose Cove, Dunfield, New Bonaventure, Old Bonaventure, Lockston, Champney's, Champney's West and English Harbour. They are located on the Discovery Trail scenic touring route along Route 230A and 239, approximately 259 kilometres or 2.5 hours from St. John's.

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Starting at $100 Per Person
Indulge your senses with a guided hike on the award winning Skerwink Trail, followed by a delicious meal at the Twine Loft.

Join Trinity Bay Tours on this breathtaking coastal trail, where you will enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the rich Boreal Forest and stunning coastline. After the hike, enjoy a fabulous dinner in the converted fishing rooms of the Twine Loft. Lounge with a specialty rhubarb cocktail on their deck, and enjoy stunning views of the water and surrounding bay.

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