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A 5 km long trail to a resettled community, the home of Thomas Sugg, featuring two root cellars from the 1930s, a 20 foot Natural Arch, and scenic Jonas Cove. This trail is one of the most challenging in the area, and also features breathtaking...more
Surprisingly there were very visitors on the afternoon we visited. Met a couple as we were entering and had a nice chat and then met another couple as we were leaving. Lots of rocks prevented me from climbing down to see the arch as I...More
It's a looped trail, which I prefer. We decided to save the arch for last and I would suggest that as the views get better starting that way. If you start with the arch you end a little more inland. Nice hike; not too challenging....More
Walked this in early evening, quickly so we would not lose light. Nothing spectacular, natural arch was cool. We noted the place marking for Thomas Sugg's house and looked up who he was after as their is no info on site.
A really nice hike... but not for anyone who can' t scramble up and down rocks. Muddy in spots, boots are definately recommended. Not an easy hike but fabulous views, really secluded with lots of variety. It took us about 3 hours andwe stopped a...More
We almost didn't do this trail as we were back on the road again but because the day before had been rainy we decided to get one more hike in on our way out of Twillingate. It ended up being one of our favorites. That...More
While I would not consider this trail to be especially difficult, it is a challenging trail however. I would certainly recommend hiking boots as there is a lot of up and down over rough trails, loose stones, etc. There are several damp areas which are...More