Hike the Trail
Notice Re: Trail Structures & Trail Bed
Piccos Ridge Path: Portugal Cove to Bauline – Maps 2.1 & 2.2
This is one of our most strenuous paths. Some hikers will be challenged by steep areas at Black Cliff and Brock’s Head. Hikers should exercise caution on these slopes.
White Horse Path: Bauline to Cape St. Francis – Maps 3.1 & 3.2
This is one of our most strenuous paths. Be prepared for a long hike. A remote campground, including 5 tent platforms and 1 toilet, is available at Patch Brook.
Father Troys Trail: Flatrock to Torbay – May 6
Hikers who wish to access Father Troys Trail in the Town of Flatrock must use the Wade’s Lane entry point. The access point through Wharf Road is temporarily closed by the Town as a result of a mid-December storm that damaged the wharf and boat launch faciliity, and left large stones over the road and across the old shoreline route that hikers were using to access Father Troy’s Trail.
The Town Council has placed barriers across Wharf Road and asks for your cooperation as a safety precaution. The Wade’s Lane access is only 10-15 metres further along the main road and you can drive your vehicle to the end of Wade’s Lane, where a large parking area is available for hikers.
Silver Mine Head Path: Torbay to Outer Cove – Map 7
The path length has been extended to include the walk along the roadway from Middle Cove to Lance Cove and then along the coast to Stacks Point and on to the new trailhead just off Marine Drive at Ship Cove. Also, a new bridge crossing North Pond Brook has been constructed and is now open to hikers.
Cobblers Path: Outer Cove to Logy Bay – Map 8
Sugarloaf Path: Logy Bay to Quidi Vidi Village – Map 9
La Manche Village Path: Tors Cove to La Manche Village – Map 17
We are pleased to announce that the La Manche Village Path has re-opened now that the replacement of the stairs ascending from the north side of the Suspension Bridge has been completed.
Sounding Hills Path: Ferryland to Aquaforte – Map 22
Updated May 10, 2023