Overfall Brook Trail
This trail is rated moderate and is approx 1.7-km one way. Hikers will see blue irises along side beach peas and other beach vegetation. You are also sure to see whistlers who make their home among the fallen rocks. The view from the trail overlooks Forteau Bay with Point Amour Lighthouse in the distance. Humpback and minke whales are commonly sighted in this bay. Gather some driftwood for a fire in one of the firepits along the way. This trail connects to Labrador Pioneer Footpath
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This scenic trail follows the Forteau Bay shoreline with access to the beach, and cliff lookouts. At the end of the trail is a beautiful waterfall. This trail connects to the Labrador Pioneer Footpath.
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