Gros Morne mountain. We decided it'd be a fun idea to hike up here. It is about 7-8 hours round trip and a bit brutal on the way back since you're scrambling over loose rocks, primitive rough trail and with little energy left. It was great to do it but I'm not in a rush to do it again next week.
The view from the summit of Gros Morne mountain.
Overlooking Baker's Brook Pond on the north side of the mountain.
The colourful houses in St John's, Newfoundland.
The port of St John's.
Overlooking the harbour of St John's from Signal Hill.
Our bikes at the easternmost tip of North America - Cape Spear.
The islands by the ferry port in Argentia.
The next day of riding was from North Sydney, Nova Scotia up the Cabot Trail. There was some nice scenery along the way.
Most people think of this particular section of road when planning to do the Cabot Trail. It's brief, but beautiful.
We camped at Five Islands, Nova Scotia. The tides on the bay of Fundy are the most extreme in the world and made for constant entertainment at the shore.
Sunset along Route 1 in Maine.
The cog railway on Mount Washington. Pretty wild engineering here.
Here is the view from the top of Mount Washington. We had perfect weather. It definitely felt like we had reached our goals - and then some.
Our bikes on top of the world.