The hiking jewel of the region, is internationally recognized and was ranked amongst the top 35 trails in North America and Europe by Travel & Leisure magazine (2003). The 5.3km coastal loop begins in Port Rexton/Trinity East and provides an opportunity to view and photograph seabirds, eagles, sea stacks, icebergs and whales (in season) as well as the surrounding communities.
30 Oct 2016 Reviewed by Global4755
I've done this trail a few times now. It's about a two hour walk and you'll see some incredible views. Although most can handle it, the hike does have a lot of steep steps in places and may not be suitable for young children or people with mobility issues. Good footwear is a must, can be challenging if it is wet outside. The first half is mostly uphill but the last half gradually slopes down to see level which is a good way to cool down from the hike. Great way to spend an afternoon!