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A celebration of our landscape, rich culture and culinary hikes in Elliston, NL.

Puffins at Elliston’s Puffin Site

The puffin site in Elliston, Newfoundland, is the closest place to view puffins on land anywhere in the world. But not only will you get face to face with a puffin, but you also will bare witness to one of the most breathtaking and unique landscapes on planet earth!

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Green Team–Restoration of the Elliston Root Cellars

The Green Team is a program designed by the non-for-profit Conservation Corps of Newfoundland and Labrador to provide training and employment in environmental and cultural heritage restoration to the youth population. They have been working in Elliston to repair root cellars as well as build a new one from the ground up.

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The Green Team – Root Cellar #2 Restoration

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The Green Team – Jordan’s Interview

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The Closest View of Puffins on Land – The Elliston Puffin Site – Helen’s Testimony

A visitor to Elliston, Helen, tells about her experience at Elliston’s Puffin Site.

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Elliston Root Cellars Documentary

The Root Cellars of Elliston, Newfoundland and Labrador
There is something special underneath the rock formations that dot the landscape of Elliston; root cellars, used for centuries to store supplies of root vegetables by locals. They are nestled in between stone and moss and are literally everywhere. How many are there, you ask? Over 135 of them. So many, in fact, that Elliston is known as the root cellar capital of the world.

Source – NewfoundlandLabrador.com

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Food Hike

Food on the Move in Newfoundland and Labrador
This annual 5-kilometre food hike begins in Elliston and loops throughout the neighbouring town of Maberly, along winding roads that curve around artful beaches, inlets, coves, and bays. At every kilometre, you’ll find some of Canada’s best chefs serving a delicious piece of traditional fare. This beautiful natural setting is the perfect place to taste the culinary renaissance that has hit the shores of this province in recent years.

Source – NewfoundlandLabrador.com

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King of Cod

Celebrating Cod in Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador has experienced a culinary revolution in the past few years. There has been a resurgence in using traditional ingredients such as moose, fresh local berries, and of course, codfish. At the annual Roots, Rants, & Roars Festival, cod warrants its own night. One fish. Five dishes. Hundreds of satisfied diners.

Source – NewfoundlandLabrador.com

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Roots, Rants and Roars Overview

A Celebration of Food and Music in Newfoundland and Labrador  
The annual Roots, Rants, & Roars Festival, in Elliston, is one of many cultural events that celebrate Newfoundland and Labrador food, culture, and the sea. Explore traditional root cellars, festivals filled with fun and fervor, culinary hikes across rugged landscape, and the diversity and rebirth of traditional cuisine. The festival features some of Canada’s top chefs and musicians doing what they do best, with the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean as their backdrop.

Source – NewfoundlandLabrador.com

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The Elliston Food Hike, in Newfoundland and Labrador

Elliston in Newfoundland and Labrador has long been a home to food secrets. In fact 130 root cellars dotted across the coastal landscape literally hide away the small towns vegetable supply, and make for a unique tourist attraction. They were constructed with the most basic of tools, the strongest of backs and lots of good, old fashioned ingenuity – some have been here for 165 years.

Source – TownofElliston.ca

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Mule Man

One Man. One Mule. One Mission. Newfoundland and Labrador
If you travel off the beaten path, you never know who you’ll bump into. On this particular day, it was our new friend Bernie and his faithful mule Polly. The pair travelled the bays and inlets of the province chatting with locals, looking for clues on a scenery-based scavenger hunt.

Source – NewfoundlandLabrador.com

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Walk, eat, party – the annual ‘Food Hike’ in Elliston, Newfoundland & Labrador

Once a year, Elliston’s quiet beauty is disturbed in the most wonderful way as it plays host to a one-of-a-kind culinary event. The Roots, Rants,¬†& Roars Festival features rising stars from the local and national culinary scene along with some of the provinces finest entertainers.

By featured guest blogger, Ben Whitmarsh – NewfoundlandLabrador.com

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Sea and be Scene Ep. 102 Roots, Rants & Roars (Part 1)

Sea and be Scene host Stephanie Beaumont travels to Elliston, NL for Roots, Rants & Roars – episode features, Chef Todd Perrin, Singer Songwriter Sean Panting, The Dardanelles and more.

Source – Sea and be Scene TV

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Sea and be Scene Ep. 102 Roots, Rants & Roars (Part 2)

Sea and be Scene host Stephanie Beaumont travels to Elliston, NL for Roots, Rants & Roars – episode features, Chef Todd Perrin, Singer Songwriter Sean Panting, The Dardanelles and more.

Source – Sea and be Scene TV

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Scenes from Elliston & Maberly

By Crystal Pink

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Puffins, Elliston, Bonavista, NL
By Mike Tineke

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The Bench at the End of the World

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