Summer Activities in and around the Humber Valley Resort

The combined effect of the jet stream providing warm air from continental America and the proximity of the Humber Valley to the ocean ensures the summer season remains very pleasant with an average daily high temperature of 24 degrees Celsius allowing guests maximum enjoyment from the range of world-class outdoor activities on offer.
In addition to the full summer programme of on site entertainment and activities for all the family and golf on the renown River Course, Humber Valley Resort has partnered with the best local providers of outdoor experiences producing a variety of things to do and see second to none.

Humber River offers some of the best salmon and trout fishing in the world! See the Salmon swim up stream and jump Big Falls! Amazing sights. You can also go fishing at sea whilst searching for glimpses of whales, dolphins and even icebergs. Keep your eyes peeled for moose, caribou and bears whilst enjoying the spectacularly beautiful Gros Morne National Park - a World Heritage Site. You can trek through moose country and take a boat trip at Westernbrook Gorge. Quad biking, kayaking, sailing, trekking, and many other activities and experiences are also on offer.

Salmon Fishing

Atlantic salmon fishing is a prime summer activity in the region. The Humber River bordering the resort is one of Canada's best salmon rivers. No doubt… fishing this river is a great challenge. The river is a deep and deceptively fast body of water that winds through one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. It is here that competent anglers will enjoy one of their greatest opportunities to land trophy Atlantic salmon. Fish found in this area are full sized salmon that have spent upwards of two years at sea before returning to spawn and many of the truly large ones, over 11 kilograms (30 pounds), are unique to the Humber River.

Newfoundland and Labrador promotes the catch and release experience. The river is fished almost exclusively from a boat, with equal success on both wet and dry fly. The Activities Centre can arrange the mandatory fishing guides and licences.

In early June, visitors can watch the Atlantic salmon jump the waterfall en route to the spawning ground upstream of Sir Richard Squires Provincial Park. 'Big Falls' is located north of Deer Lake, and is accessible via Route 422 and the Town of Cormack. Once in the park, a viewing area and staircase guide visitors to this awesome venue. This day trip is a one-hour drive from Humber Valley Resort.



Newfoundland and Labrador's lakes provide a bounty of thrills for international anglers. Whether the attraction is brook trout, arctic char, Atlantic or landlocked salmon, residents and guests daydream about the opportunities at Humber Valley Resort. The region has an impressive selection of fishing guides and lodges.

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