The fall weather has firmly settled on Western Newfoundland - it’s darker and cooler and wetter - and I’m finding it harder to stay active. How about you?
I know for myself, it’s easier to keep going, when I can see at a glance all the things I COULD be doing. So I made us this list to help keep us all motivated because there’s still lots of outdoor activities to do and outdoor events to attend in November;
Hit the trails or woods roads on two wheels this month and enjoy getting' that mud splattered everywhere!
- Group rides every Tuesday evening
- Trail building every Monday and Wednesday evening
- Full details: Cycle Solutions
Wet feet and muddy boots - what more can you ask for! All trails are still open and ready for you to explore. Be sure to go prepared and be aware of moose hunting.
- Trail Details: Hikes of Western Newfoundland Guide Book
Join the Run to Remember in honour of Remembrance Day, Nov 11.
- 11km and 5km route options
- Full details: Corner Brook Running Club
Check out my other posts about preparing to adventure in Western Newfoundland;
- Checklist for a day hike (or bike ride)
- Tips for hiking (and mountain biking) during hunting season
- Dressing for Cold Weather Activities
For all of the above activities, simply dress for the weather, take your essentials and get out on the go! Once you’re moving, you will think that nor’easter is a refreshing breeze and the drizzle will be little more than a filter through which to enjoy the scenery;)
Be sure to share your November adventures with me on Instagram @outdoorsonthego or tell me about them in the comments below!