Cape George Hiking Trail is located on Route 337 in the Northumberland Shore region. The hiking trail offers a series of connected loops, varying in length and difficulty (total 33 km/20 mi), from the coast through meadows and old-growth forests to cliffs affording spectacular views of the bay, with elevations up to 600ft.The trail offers panoramic views at various points, including Ballantyne's Cove.
There are 3 serviced trail heads with information kiosks and maps: Cape George Heritage School, Cape George Point Lighthouse, and Ballantyne's Cove Tuna Interpretive Centre. All trail junctions are indicated by trail signage.
Trailhead Locations Cape George Heritage School - 578 Hwy 337, Cape George Cape George Point Lighthouse - 152 Lighthouse Road, Cape George Point Ballantyne's Cove Tuna Interpretive Centre - 57 Ballantyne's Cove Wharf Road
For more information or to view the trail map, please visit www.capegeorgetrails.ca
Activities: Birding • Hiking
Cell Service: Partial
Pets Policy: Off Leash
Trail Surface: Natural
Trail Type: Wilderness