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Road and bridge construction updates in Gros Morne

Rocky Harbour, NL, June 23, 2017 – Parks Canada is pleased to provide updates regarding ongoing roadwork occurring in Gros Morne National Park.

Final phases of work on the Southeast Brook Bridge will begin June 23rd. To complete this work, the road width approaching the bridge will be reduced to a single lane of traffic. The single lane gravel diversion will be in place for approximately one week. Traffic will be controlled by flag persons during daylight/construction hours and by traffic lights at night.

Additionally, starting on June 24th, two new culverts will be installed along Route 430. In those two areas of the roadway, traffic will be diverted onto a single unpaved lane. This work is expected to take approximately one week.

Public safety is a priority. Motorists are advised to travel with caution, obey all on-site signage and posted speed limits, and watch for travel instructions from flag persons and safety personnel. We also encourage travellers to give themselves extra time as they drive through the park.

These projects are parts of Parks Canada’s unprecedented $3 billion federal infrastructure investment program in national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas across the country.

Parks Canada will issue further public advisories as the work progresses.

For up-to-date information on work locations and traffic flow, the public can follow us @ParksCanadaNL, #GrosMorne, #NLtraffic, visit or contact us at 709-458-2417 or

Parks Canada Gros Morne National Park Green Gardens Trail Notice

The section of Green Gardens Trail past Steve’s Cove is closed because of coastal erosion.
The open section of the trail offers a 10 km return hike to the spectacular Green Gardens coast. The trail continues to provide hikers with access to the beach, sea stacks, sea cave, and a primitive campsite.

Parcs Canada parc national du Gros-Morne  sentier de Green Gardens

Le tronçon du sentier Green Gardens après Steve’s Cove est fermé à cause de l’erosion cotiére.
La section ouverte du sentier offre une randonnée de retour de 10 km vers la magnifique côte de Green Gardens. Le sentier continue de fournir aux randonneurs accès à la plage, les piles de la mer, la grotte de la mer et un camping primitif.