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Darryl Parker
Aug 8, 2017

Gros Morne vs Bungonia Gorge

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Steve, having just recently completed my own "conquest" of Gros Morne and considering it to be the absolute hardest hike I have ever completed, and if you consider Bungonia to be harder then I can't even begin to imagine attempting Bungonia. I guess I will just have to be content with the view from the lookout. Both write ups were excellent btw.

Admin
Aug 9, 2017

The Bungonia red track is different to most and I think that it's the difference that makes it tougher. To get to the gorge, you need to scramble down some pretty steep paths (and then scramble back up at the other side). The bottom is mostly sand, until you get to the rocks and then eventually, the limestone boulders. You have to literally climb over, under, around, sometimes balancing on fallen tree trunks to pick your way through. It's doable if you are determined, but a decent level of fitness is required. The views are spectacular Daz!

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