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. The trail offers panoramic views at various points, including Ballantyne’s Cove. There are three serviced trailheads 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.
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, Ballantyne’s Cove
For more information or to view the trail map, please visit: www.capegeorgetrails.ca
Detailed InformationActivities: Birding & wildlife, Hiking
Off-season rates available