The trail is located alongside the North Atlantic Coastline. Pass by local gardens, the unique Long Art Studio and various bird-watching blinds.
The trail is a 4.6km round trip and starts at Etheridge’s Point Park, which includes a playground and ball field. Proper footwear is recommended. Before you stroll, drop down to the water to see the witch’s footprint and gain some local folklore.
This trail is primarily flat with a few inclines on a few boardwalks but mostly paths, rocks, stones, and boulders. At the end of the trail, a Great Auk statue commemorates the now extinct Great Auk bird species (an extinct flightless bird resembling a penguin).
This trail takes about 2 hours to complete with stops.
Photo: Tom McKenna, alltrails.com