Guide to Hiking, Green Bay Trails

Trail guide

On the northeast shore of Newfoundland, the north shore forest and rugged headlands meet the North Atlantic in a pristine interzone where history, culture, marine and terrestrial ecology merge. Traditional routes have been developed into a network of elaborate trails to prominent lookouts. Areas which were previously inaccessible now have comfortable trails of light to moderate difficulty, revealing sights previously unseen, even to local residents. A great number of amenities ease the difficulty in hiking in an area where rough terrain and dense underbrush pose a challenge. Gazebos, viewing platforms, steps, boardwalks, bridges, benches and tables have been generously distributed to create hiking destinations that appeal to a crossection of the population. People of all ages and in varying physical condition can find something appealing amongst the many choices for hiking Green Bay Trails.

While documenting the region in pictures, I have been pleased to discover adventure in my own backyard. A great variety of sea, forest and landscapes are found here. On a smaller scale, abundant wild flora and fauna heighten the interest for outdoor lovers. This brief booklet contains diagrams and information to aid in the enjoyment of the hiking experience. Photographs shot on location are used to illustrate various points of interest.

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