- Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve is home to more than 300 plant species - about 30 of which are considered rare.
- Burnt Cape is the only place in Newfoundland where Dwarf Alpine Hawksbeard can be found.
- Visiting the Cannonholes at Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve
- The Big Oven at Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve
Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve
Jan 1 - Dec 31
Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve protects more than 300 plant species, about 30 of which are considered rare. One of the only known locations for the Burnt Cape Cinquefoil. Unserviced reserve, vehicles must remain on main road. Please do not visit the Reserve when soil conditions are wet (following snow melt or rainfall) as this can damage critical limestone barrens habitat. For more information please email us or visit our website.
Locations & Dates
- Turn left at end of Raleigh Spur Road., Raleigh
- 51.5617, -55.7513
- Jan 1 - Dec 31
Free. Researchers require a permit, see website.