Mount Newfoundland is part of the 60-mile long Green Pond outlier and is sometimes considered part of Green Pond Mountain.
The cliffs on Mount Newfoundland's eastern face offer splendid views of Green Pond Mountain, Copperas Mountain, and Kanouse Mountain.
The actual summit is a rock outcropping surrounded by trees. It offers no view except when the leaves are down.
Mount Newfoundland is climbed by the white-blazed Four Birds Trail. There is a parking lot at the end of Bigelow Road. There are no signs indicating that this is Newark Watershed land, but it is.
Photo: The view from White Pine Bluff on Mount Newfoundland.
I actually live on the trail head to Mount Newfoundland, so I'm up at the pine bluff at least once a month for the past twenty years! On February 4th, I snow-shoed from Notch all the way up! The snow did a nice job of hiding the unfortunate litter, and there were no ATV or motorcycle tracks to be seen, truly serene. As of Sunday March 21, 2021, 99% of the snow is gone now.
Parked at the baseball fields on Bigelow Rd. Walked the ~.2 miles to the start of the Four Birds Trail and made it up to White Pine Bluff before sunrise. After watching the sun rise retraced my track on the trail and bushwhacked to the summit. Took a faint herd path back to the trail and back to the car.
After completing Bowling Green Mt and Green Pond Mt we decided to continue on along the Four Birds (white) trail to Mount Newfoundland. What started as an easy day ended up in a nice hike. It added a round trip of about 3.5 miles which turned out to be up and down on pretty rocky terrain. All good.