Before reaching Flower's Cove in Newfoundland, Canada, the boardwalk winds through the marshlands until reaching the coastal shores where thrombolites are present. The boardwalk goes over the red and white bridge named Majorie's Bridge which crosses over a creek until continuing on to Flower's Cove.
When one nears the end of the boardwalk, they can explore the intriguing living rock formations at Flower's Cove in Newfoundland, Canada which are known as thrombolites. The thrombolites are the earliest forms of primitive life on earth and are geological features which are fascinating to see.
Flower's Cove is a small town of about 250 permanent residents where visitors can find a quaint bed and breakfast, restaurants, cafes and a historic lighthouse along with other amenities such as a post office, shops and banks. Flower's Cove is located on the northwestern side of the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada, once known as French Island Harbour.... continue below the picture...
Boardwalk to the Thrombolites in Flower's Cove along Highway 430 on the Northern Peninsula, Great Northern Peninsula, Viking Trail, Trails to the Vikings, Newfoundland Labrador, Newfoundland, Canada.