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Grand Bruit

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Grand Bruit

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Grand Bruit (often pronounced "Grand Brit") is a small coastal village in Southern Newfoundland, accessible by ferry, with a population of about 14 residents. The community is divided down the middle by a waterfall, hence the name "Grand Bruit" which is French for "great noise."

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Grand Bruit is no longer accessible by the Provincial Ferry Service on a limited schedule. [1]. The community was resettled in 2010.

Get around[edit]

There are no automobile roads in Grand Bruit, but lovely paved walking roads.

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  • A number of small ponds surround the community, including the one that feeds the waterfall that is prominent in the community.
  • "Cramalot Inn", a local gathering place where you bring your own drinks.

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There is excellent hiking around Grand Bruit, though paths are often absent or not in great shape. Many are marked, and locals can point you in the right direction.

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There is no store in Grand Bruit, as the last one closed its doors in 2007.

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Next to the village church, which is adjacent to the waterfall, a small camping spot is available that can fit a 2 to 4-person tent.

There are several great camping spots in Grand Bruit, just talk to the locals and they will happily direct you.


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