Fox Island River Valley in Lewis Hills
|Elevation||814 m (2,671 ft)|
|Province||Newfoundland and Labrador|
|Parent range||Appalachian Mountains, Long Range Mountains|
An ophiolite and Peridotite complex, the Lewis Hills is the southernmost of four such complexes  located within the Humber Arm Allochthon, a world-renowned geological area. It is located in an area stretching between the town of Stephenville in the south and the city of Corner Brook in the north.
The Lewis Hills is an excellent backcountry wilderness hiking destination. The most accessible day-hiking route to the Lewis Hills is by the International Appalachian Trail, with the southern trail head located almost at the end of Cold Brook Road, and the northern trail head at the end of Logger School Road
At 814 m (2,671 ft) above sea level, the highest elevation on Newfoundland is The Cabox located in the Lewis Hills at .
- Williams, H., 1973, Bay of Islands map-area (12G), Newfoundland: Geological Survey of Canada, v. 72-34, 7 p., includes map 1355A, scale 1:125000
|This Newfoundland and Labrador location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|