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Corner Brook, Canada

Corner Brook
Canada

The port of Corner Brook, a charming city nestled in the picturesque landscape of Newfoundland, Canada is situated on the western coast of the island. This vibrant destination is surrounded by breathtaking mountains, lush forests, and the serene waters of the Bay of Islands.

Corner Brook has a rich history that dates back to the early 20th century when it emerged as a bustling hub for the pulp and paper industry. Over the years, the city has transformed into a thriving community, blending its industrial roots with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Explore the city’s fascinating past by visiting the Corner Brook Museum and Archives, where you can delve into the heritage of the region. Stroll through the scenic Margaret Bowater Park, offering a tranquil retreat with beautiful gardens and walking trails.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Humber Valley is a haven of recreational activities. Hike through scenic trails or go fishing in pristine rivers. Marvel at the stunning views from Captain Cook’s Lookout, named after the renowned explorer James Cook, who once navigated these waters.

Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or a glimpse into the past, Corner Brook invites you to explore its unique blend of history, natural beauty, and warm hospitality.

Useful Information

Language

English

Tips

A 15% tip will be appreciated in restaurants and taxis.

Currency

CAD
Canadian Dollar

Currency Converters:  
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XE

Time difference

UTC: -3.5

from New York: +1.5h

from San Francisco: +3.5h

from London: -3.5h

Weather
°C °F

MonthTemperature (Celsius)Temperature (Fahrenheit)
Precipitations
Minimum
Average
Maximum
(mminch)
January
-1015
-621
-327
1455.75
February
-1113
-720
-327
1064.25
March
-719
-326
133
933.75
April
-130
337
644
803.25
May
338
846
1254
863.50
June
847
1355
1763
873.50
July
1355
1763
2272
923.50
August
1355
1763
2271
1074.25
September
948
1355
1763
1064.25
October
439
846
1151
1124.50
November
-031
236
541
1224.75
December
-522
-328
033
1495.75

Where is located the Corner Brook Cruise Port Cruise Terminal

Most cruise ships will dock at the port of Corner Brook. If there is more than one ship in port, your ship may anchor and use tender boats.

Free maps and shuttle service to the city centre are available at the port. A covered market area selling souvenirs and locally made products is located on the pier.

Wifi is available at the port.

Travelling around the Corner Brook Cruise Port

The Corner Brook Mill Whistler Road Train allow you to explore the city for a few dollar.
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Activities in Corner Brook

Museums

Corner Brook Museum and Archives

The Corner Brook Museum and Archives provides a captivating journey into the city’s history, featuring engaging exhibits and artifacts that showcase the cultural heritage and development of this vibrant Newfoundland community.

Historic Train Site

The Historic Train Site in Corner Brook preserves the nostalgia of the city’s railway era, featuring vintage train cars and equipment that transport visitors back in time to experience the significance of rail transportation in Newfoundland’s history.

Nature

Captain Cook’s Trail

Captain Cook’s Trail in Corner Brook winds through picturesque landscapes, offering hikers stunning views of the Bay of Islands and providing a historical journey along the footsteps of the renowned explorer James Cook.

Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Newfoundland, Canada, captivates visitors with its dramatic landscapes, including towering fjords, rugged cliffs, and the iconic Tablelands, showcasing the Earth’s geological wonders.

Corner Brook Stream Trail

Corner Brook Stream Trail meanders through the heart of the city, offering a peaceful and scenic pathway along the babbling stream, adorned with lush greenery and charming bridges.