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Creating Memories Since 2017

Join us at Under the Stump, a family-run indigenous business located in Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador. Perry and Trina, along with their children Victoria and Scott, are passionate about sharing their creative talents and their rich Indigenous culture with visitors. As residents of Gros Morne National Park, they will take you on guided tours to explore the hidden wonders of the wild landscape that few people get to see. You will enjoy their captivating storytelling tours that reveal the history, challenges, and traditions of a family with Mi'kmaq roots. You are invited to celebrate their Indigenous way of life as they share their respect of nature, land and traditional skills of hunting, fishing, and foraging.

90 year old Under the Stump tour participant in the accessible ATV driven by Perry Reid

Accessibility for All Abilities

A smooth and relaxing excursion offering accessibility for all abilities. If you can get into our vehicles then you can go! 

Ideal for those looking to escape the large groups, immerse yourself into guided experiential tourism in places seen only by a select few. 

All  without the hiking!

Adventure & Experience

Join us for a personalized backcountry tour of Gros Morne's ancient landscape. This unique UNESCO World Heritage Site is a never-ending series of wonders and delights guaranteed to capture your imagination.

Under the Stump tour participants posing for a picture with moose in the background
close up view of the ATV vehicles used by Under the Stump during their accessible tours

Safety First

Reliable and safe, our side by side ATV's will transport you across the rugged and awe-inspiring terrain. Every detail of the refined interior puts the driver and passengers first for unmatched comfort. The factory-installed Pro Shield cab system protects from dust, water, and lessens noise so you can enjoy a conversation and comfortably ride in rain, snow or dusty riding conditions. We are trained in first aid and have years of experience driving all terrain vehicles. DOT helmets are supplied to our guests.

What to Bring

Prepare for the weather! Our Newfoundland weather can be unpredictable and change quickly. To get the most out of your tour, wear warm clothes and dress in layers. You can always take a layer off!

We recommend our guests bring:

  • walking shoes

  • sun hat

  • sunglasses

  • water in a reusable bottle

  • camera

  • Binoculars (we will also have extra binoculars available for you to use)

Under the Stump owner and guide Trina foraging near Gros Morne National Park
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