With access to lookouts using boardwalks and steps,
Gull Hill offers a panoramic view
of Notre Dame Bay and its many inlets and islands.
Pole Hill overlooks the harbour and town of Little Bay Island with its uniquely tradtional lifestyle.
A 5km system of trails to the abandoned communities of
Kings Cove and Budgells Cove. The main trail is accessible by ATV
Branch trails to Gull Cliff lookout and GreenBay Island Tickle with steps
and boardwalks. Trails wind through a rare remnant of
old growth balsam fir forest.
The Route Accessible from TCH via Springdale via Kings Pt. to Harrys Harbour road. (see main map)
An extensive trail system, leaving the town of Kings Point at sea level to ascend to an elevation of 1200 feet. The summit overlooks the deep fjord of Southwest Arm, stretching out to Green Bay. The ascent is through a deep gorge with waterfalls.(right) The circuitous route decends beneath the Haypook summit to moose barrens.
Includes a variety of picnic and resting areas, rounding a portion of Crescent Lake near the town of Roberts Arm. Two lookouts offer a wide view of the lake and the Tommys Arm salmon river. The area is blazing with color in the fall when the predominant birches, aspens and maples are best seen.
The islands are a boaters paradise with many coves and tickles to explore. The communities of Triton and Brighton, sheltered between the rolling hills have a long fishing tradition. The trails lead to lookouts offering a wide view of the greater area and the sea.
Just a short distance from the Alexander Murray trail, a 10 minute hike takes you to the base of a 250m waterfalls made accessible by walkways and steps. The best times to visit are in spring or fall when higher water levels create a thundering cascade. For pictures, midmorning sunlight shines directly into the crevace.