Our Tour Gros Morne, hiking, cultural and culinary experiences are extraordinary because of our incredible staff. We have a small, dedicated, passionate team, that share a love for people, hiking, travel and Gros Morne. Their knowledge, passion, experience and unique personalities amplify your unrivaled individual experiences. Our guides have expert knowledge in the terrain, culture, flora, fauna and history of the area and make sure that you not only see the wonder of Gros Morne but also understand and experience it.
With a passion for sustainable tourism experiences, we offer award winning tailor-made multi-day vacations and interactive day excursions. No two trips are every the same, as no two people are ever the same, we customize each trip to your needs and desires. Our guides listen & pay attention to what you are interested in and will tailor the experience just for you. They are also busy making sure that everything runs smoothly behind the scenes so that you never have to worry about a thing. We focus on local, authentic adventures. Every tour is an interactive, fun way to learn, explore and experience the true essence of Gros Morne National Park.
Recipient of the 2020 Tourism Innovator of the Year, Newfoundland Labrador Tourism
Come meet our awesome award winning team!
Ian Stone ~ Owner/Guide
Born and raised in St. John's and upon graduating from Memorial University he moved to work in western Canada for 10 years. Ian jumped at the chance to return home in 2010 after accepting a position in Gros Morne. His sense of place that all Newfoundlander's embrace makes him a passionate promoter of the province in his rolls with the multi award winning team at Gros Morne Cooperating Association and Parks Canada. Residing in Gros Morne has inspired Ian and his wife, Rebecca, to start two companies, Tour Gros Morne and Taste of Gros Morne. Living in a world-class national park they develop sustainable tourism experiences and are passionate about creating new customized experiences by developing strong partnerships with local operators. An avid volunteer in the community he is on Bonne Bay Search and Rescue and was previously the Norris Point Deputy Mayor. Also a Director on NL Tourism Board, Go Western NL (WDMO), Chair Trails Tales Tunes Festival, Marketing Manager Gros Morne Gatherings.
Favorite experience in Gros Morne: 1/2 day hike in the any of the communities and an afternoon meeting all the local "characters" in Woody Point followed by the Seaside Food Tour!
Rebecca Stone ~ Owner/Guide
"Be the change that you wish to see in the world"- Mahatma Gandhi
Raised as a southern Newfoundland “bay-girl” in Marystown, Newfoundland, Rebecca is the brains behind our culinary flavors and drive to ensure we meet our environmental commitments. In 2001, she left her hometown for university and now holds a B.Sc. in Marine Biology, B.Ed in Secondary Education and, a MA in Environmental Policy. Gandhi’s inspirational words have guided Rebecca to be where she is today working with coastal communities, and Parks Canada to ensure Gros Morne National Park and our oceans stay healthy for generations to come.
While working through school, Rebecca also traveled throughout Canada and gained extensive wine, beverage and food pairing knowledge. Rebecca's experience and love for food and wine allowed her creative juices to mold what is now Taste of Gros Morne. This gift to cook and passion to share the beauty of flavors is something you will experience on any of our culinary experiences. So tell us your story and Rebecca will be here to create that memorable foodie moment for you!
Favorite Experience: A large day hike finished with a locally caught halibut or lobster dinner paired with a buttery Chardonnay.
Tara Kroes ~ Lead Culinary Guide
Tara is originally from Toronto but after coming to Gros Morne for a visit many years ago she decided to make it her permanent home. She traded the CN Tower for the Tablelands and has never been happier. Tara has travelled to 35 countries and has never found a place as beautiful as Gros Morne. With 21 years in the hospitality industry, working from hostess to manager Tara knows what it takes to make each guests experience unique, and unforgettable. Tara is WSET certified and a Canadian Wine Scholar and loves sharing her passion and knowledge for wine on our culinary food tours. Also a yoga and meditation teacher, Tara has a deep appreciation for nature and believes in the benefits of spending time outdoors. She says that to truly appreciate the beauty of a place you must understands it's culture and Tara loves explaining what makes Newfoundland culture so rich and unique. She loves meeting new people and cannot wait to trade travel stories with you.
Favorite hike in Gros Morne: The Tablelands, it one of the only places on the planet that you can not only see, but walk on mantle rock. It is an incredibly rare and beautiful experience.
Neil Stone ~ Lead Hiking Guide
Born and raised in St. Johns, Newfoundland, Neil has spent most of his adult life in western Canada combing the hills of British Columbia and Alberta. His work in silviculture and surveying had him exploring remote back-country in all 4 seasons. A natural people person he is known to share some of his stories of the wildlife of western Canada and his deep knowledge of the local flora, fauna, geology and culture of Gros Morne. Trained in wilderness first aid, commercial boat operation, navigation and local weather, he is once believed to have written for Consumer Reports! Ask him about his recommendations for the best outdoor gear! Residing in Corner Brook in the off season he is always looking for the next adventure and wouldn't dare miss a Habs game. Et le but!
Favorite hike in Gros Morne: Big Lookout, with amazing panoramic views of the entire park its worth the 14km and pairs perfect with a cold beer at the end of the day!
Noah Campbell ~ Hiking Guide
Born in Moncton, New Brunswick Noah spent his youth exploring the Fundy coast. After gaining
an interest in the outdoors he decided to pursue a career oriented in the preservation of
nature. Noah graduated Holland College in Prince Edward Island with a diploma in Wildlife
Conservation Technology where he gained a better understanding of what conservation is and
acquired many skills needed as an outdoors-person. Later graduating with a Bachelor of Science in
Environment and Natural Resources from the University of New Brunswick, majoring in Wildlife
Conservation. During his summers in university Noah worked for Parks Canada in Gros Morne
National Park. After the first summer, he was hooked and had to go back. Working in Resource
Conservation, he honed his skills and developed a great sense of the park. He is a certified
Wilderness First Responder and volunteers with Search and Rescue. Noah wants to appreciate
how amazing nature is and what an incredible place Western Newfoundland is. He is dedicated
to helping all that come to have a great experience and loves to meet new people and hear their stories.
Favorite hike in Gros Morne: Snug Harbour, there is nothing quite like sleeping under the stars
on a beach near the mouth of a freshwater fjord.