Waterfall on Devil’s Bite trail, Newfoundland, Canada, 2009

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A waterfall along the Devil's Bite trail, part of the International Appalachian Trail/Sentier International des Appalaches (IAT/SIA) route through Newfoundland.

Richard Anderson originally conceived of the IAT in 1993 as an extension of the Appalachian Trail north through Maine and Canada to the continental terminus of the mountain range in Québec. In the decades since, the trail has grown to include sections in over a dozen countries, routed along the geological remnants of the Central Pangean Mountains, including the Appalachians in North America, Europe’s Caledonian Mountains, and the Atlas Mountains in Africa. As of 2023, the IAT links 6,000 miles of trail ringing the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • Title: Waterfall on Devil’s Bite trail, Newfoundland, Canada, 2009
  • Creator: Paul Wylezol
  • Creation Date: 2009
  • Subject Date: 2009
  • Location: Parson's Pond, NL, Canada
  • Media: Digital image
  • Local Code: Coll. 4213, Box 26, Folder 3
  • Collection: International Appalachian Trail Records
  • Object Type: Image

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