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Greater Clarenville Destination & Sights

G. Greater Clarenville Destination & Sights Are you interested in exploring the multiuse trails in and around Clarenville? Last year I created this trail page to share some of the routes I've explored and help encourage you and other people to see a side of Clarenville that you will not see from the streets. Additionally, our town is complete with services to support your exploration - check out my maps, videos and links to these services. pt Click to access Trail Routes and Videos DESTINATIONS Tug Pond Shoal Harbour Pond (Clarenville's water supply) Andrews Pond (Clarenville's water supply) Thorburn Lake TCH Chute/Shoot Steady Brook Falls Southwest River Falls Port Blandford Trestle Northwest River Trestle RB36 Peacemaker Crash Goobies Railway Granite Quarry Beaver Pond rock culvert Clarenville Drop/Parking Areas White Hills Road Clarenville Railway Museum TCH @ Cougar Construction  Trynor’s Pit Clarenville Services (Errors or ommissions?  Email me and I'll ge
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ATV/Multiuse Trails - Greater Clarenville

ATV/Multiuse Trails - Greater Clarenville /Multiuse Trails - Greater Clarenville Featured Trail - Clarenville to Terra Nova to Kepenkeck Lake In this video, we travel the approximately 110 km route from Clarenville to Terra Nova village and then up through the Terra Nova River valley to Kepenkeck lake. Here we see evidence of the area's rich logging history. The Terra Nova River valley stretches some 140 km from the river mouth in Glovertown to its headwaters in the heart of the Middle Ridge Wildlife Reserve. It includes some big, uniquely named lakes like Nanedock Lake, Dog Pond, Kepenkeck Lake, Lake St. John, Mollyguajeck Lake, and Terra Nova Lake. This waterway provided a natural highway for early central Newfoundland logging and pulp milling operations. The Town of Terra Nova was the most easterly Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company logging division and the logging division farthest from Grand Falls. Terra Nova started life as a sawmilling community. A sawmill was first