A series of natural walking trails around Bell Island. These trails will take you around the island where you will experience abundant wildlife, saltwater beaches, majestic cliffs and spectacular surroundings.
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D'Iberville Trail from Bloody Point to Fitter's Cove Beach. View of harbour. Jean's Head Trail, walk through woods to a headland where there's a beacon light, picturesque cliffs & view of Trinity Bay. Tote Trail, rugged & challenging climb to top of hill overlooking New Perlican & Trinity Bay.
This difficult 1.7-km trail on Signal Hill from Cabot Tower to Lower Battery Road descends almost 500 feet over stairs, boardwalk and footpath. Incredible view of The Narrows.
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The Marine Public Education Program will open in Jun. Visitors are welcome to our outdoor program to learn about Marine Invertebrates (touch tank) and our resident harp seals.
Walking trail along the edge of the Atlantic provides a great view of the ocean. Whales, bald eagles, osprey, and other wildlife, can be seen in the area.
Butter Pot Provincial Park
This hike will take you through the forest, past Peter's Pond to the playground, the total distance is approximately 3.2-kilometers (one way) and will take about 1.5 hours.
Walking/hiking trail along the edge of the Atlantic. Hike to the top of the hill to get a great view of Trinity Bay. In season, view humpback whales.
Port aux Basques
Established in 1997 this park stretches almost 900-km from Port Aux Basques to St. John's.
Sunnyside, Trinity Bay
Short easy-moderate hike takes you to Frenchman's Island, where Governor John Guy met a group of Beothuks in 1612, A Peace Garden and Memorial was built in 2012 to commemorate the historic meeting between English and Beothuk.
A centre for the history and traditions of wooden boat building. Featuring exhibits, cultural experiential building workshops and gift kiosk.