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Arctic alpines and rough-legged hawks.
Riches underground. Shipwrecks and
assistance bravely given. Hope lost and
courage found.
Head for the Beaver Pond Hill viewpark and uncover the area’s rich mining history. Then, dig a little deeper with a visit to the Miner’s Memorial Museum. It’s located in nearby St. Lawrence, the largest community along this stretch of coast and home to one of the world’s biggest fluorite deposits. Hear the tale of the Truxtun and Pollux – a maritime disaster that’s remembered as much for the humanity it triggered, as it is for the lives that were lost. Head out along the Chamber Cove Trail to visit the wreck site of the USS Truxtun. Then, pay your respects at the Echoes of Valour monument - a dramatic sculpture and outdoor exhibit that pays tribute to lives lost and courage found. Today, St. Lawrence is best known for its soccer teams, who have represented Newfoundland in national competition more times than all other provincial teams combined. Stick around for a game and cheer for the home team.
Dig a Little Deeper... Epworth - sport
fishing Corbin - hiking, sport fishing Little
St. Lawrence
- hiking, sport fishing St. Lawrence -
hiking, museum, geology, recreation, lighthouse,
memorial, ATV trail Lawn - museum, hiking,
sport fishing, bird watching, ATV trail

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