Newfoundland Iceberg Kayaking Atlantic Ocean
Kayaking right up to an iceberg in Iceberg Alley off the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland can be a dangerous adventure. Not only can the iceberg tumble but the Atlantic Ocean can be an unforgiving body of water.
Though most operators wouldn't recommend this activity, there is something awe inspiring about kayaking right up to an iceberg as it cruises the currents of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland.
Conan Coates kayaking around an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean along the Iceberg Alley near Hare Bay off the Great Northern Peninsula in Western Newfoundland, Canada
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