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About Us

Gros Morne Outdoor Company

The Wheeler Family

Owners & Guides


We (Natalie & Steve) moved to Gros Morne National Park and the town of Norris Point in 2018 after the birth of our son Liam. We were led by our family values; spending time together, enjoying the outdoors, and participating in the community we live in. We founded our company in 2017 for similar reasons; we love working with people from all over the world in small more intimate groups and simply showing them the best of our home Province. Its a conversation, sharing cultural values, and history whether its a paddle on the water to a multi-day backcountry trip

Located at 252 Main Street, Norris Point, stop by for your next outdoor experience


Natalie Thomas

Natalie, primary paddle-board guide, is an avid snowboarders/ Splitboarder, runner and paddleboarder.  On top of that Natalie is a certified dietitian who provides top notch food preparation, dietary advice, and recipes.

Steve Wheeler

Steve, the primary hiking guide, is an avid skier, runner, and back country hiker. On top of guiding these activities he is a certified Human Kineticist who specializes in endurance training. Know locally for having run the the combined North Rim and Long Range Traverse in a day, he has also completed ultra runs at home and abroad

Francois Fjord

Family Travels Blog


Nepal – Everest Base Camp Trek Part 3 Monjo to Namche Bazaar

April 16th, 2015 – Day 3 Monjo to Namche We awoke and ate breakfast somewhat giddily knowing of the significant climb we had to Namche Bazar; it almost felt like the true start to the adventure, we were finally getting out of the lower valley, and climbing up into the larger mountains. How would we react to

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