Pouch Cove, Newfoundland, has two rugged hiking trails that are part of the East Coast Trail network (26 wilderness paths that extend along North America's easternmost coastline). These developed wilderness trails extend through sections of forested areas as well as forest clearings with some of the most awe-inspiring views of ocean, shoreline, and horizon imaginable. The trails, however, are quite rugged and appropriate clothing / footwear is highly recommended. When possible, hike with a buddy and always advise others of your hiking plans and expected arrival home time. There are fantastic photo opportunities on these nature trails and, in season, it is common to see , among other things, icebergs, whales, sea birds, and eagles.
The following pictures are from each of the two trails in our immediate area (Stiles Cove and Biscan Cove trails)