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wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
19 days ago

I really love the place. It’s a 5 km trail next to the lake, pretty clean, not so busy during the fall. My dog had a lot of fun. You can either walk next to the water which is a pretty flat trail or walk on the side closer to the highway which has some ups and downs. There’s several benches all around the place. It also has a parking lot and a map of the place right at the entrance. Be careful with the ticks tho, but it isn’t the parks ticks are all over NS so be sure to check your dog. I’m definitely going back. Ps. The road isn’t very good lots of potholes so just be careful when driving. That would be my only complain.

Crisp breeze today off the water can be felt even in treed area. Main trail is mostly in beautiful forest and flat so easy to walk, however veering off and following the lake back to beach is rough. Lots of roots and uneven terrain but lovely lake views!

wandern
3 months ago

Beautiful. A great NS trail.

wandern
4 months ago

Beautiful trail

Too many flies in the spring

wandern
4 months ago

great short, easy little trail, didn't like how the last stretch is along the road though, my dog is nervous around cars :(

on Pollett’s Cove

wandern
überwachsen
4 months ago

good hiking. camping area getting over used.

Lovely flat easy trail around the lake. Paved most of the way. Lots of trees, ducks. Will go again!

on Pollett’s Cove

wandern
privatgrundstück
überwachsen
4 months ago

Nice little walk. Nothing fancy.

pretty and short walk... pretty views...nice stroll for everyday use.

easy and scenic

wandern
4 months ago

My wife, my son and I are Adirondack 46ers and have hiked a lot over the years. This was one of the best and most beautiful we have done. It helps that today's weather was perfect - low 20s (Celsius), clear sky and modest humidity - but it is more than that. We were able to get to Pollett's Cove in 2.5 hours and it took the same time to return. We had been warned that this is an over-nighter, and it would be great to camp and explore the environs. That said, it is a wonderful and very realistic day hike for those with a bit of experience and hike with some speed. There are plenty of things to see - mountain meadows, deep gorges cut by streams and spectacular ocean vistas. The trees, flowers and grasses are wonderful and conspire to create dramatic views to surprise at almost every turn. Then there is the wildlife. We did not see the mythic wild horses - maybe next time. We did see an abundance of pilot whales and bald eagles. At one cove, far below us, we saw a coyote fighting with 4 bald eagles and a number of ravens over the carcass of a recently beached pilot whale. This hike has a grandeur about it and a remarkable feeling of remoteness combined with an excellent footpath. With all this said, anyone trying this hike should be prepared to work hard, exercise appropriate safety, be respectful of the environment and be properly equipped. There are very steep parts that can get slick, as well as steep drops. Beginners and many intermediate hikers will find much more accessible and appropriate trails in the Cape Breton National Park.

wandern
überwachsen
5 months ago

with em

wandern
5 months ago

Incomplete. This ungrateful beautiful peace of yum yum is owned by a poor millionaire. The calming chaos will rip your smokers cough into a frenzy. Stay away if you’re out of shape or in need of proving something. Latinos are welcome.

rucksacktour
privatgrundstück
steinig
überwachsen
5 months ago

Absolutely Beautiful Place! I have hiked this trail many times and will continue to revisit! Besides what has already been written about the trail's condition, I would add. . . . I have noticed that over the last couple of years Hogweed has started to grow along the side of the trail in a few different locations. Hogweed can cause painful blistering to the skin if one comes in contact with the sap. So (as always) be mindful while trekking along the trail. Also over the years I have noticed various amounts of garbage and trash being left around the Cove. Just a friendly reminder to everyone to do their part to clean up after themselves (leave no trace) and maybe even take it a step further and clean up other waste that you find. (This land is privately owned, and fortunately for all of us, they permit access.) Let's respect this place and keep this place beautiful and wild!!!

gehen
käfer
5 months ago

Short walk today through the trails. Bugs were pretty bad at 7:00pm but bearable. Lots of places (gazebo, picnic table, benches) to sit and relax. Overall nice trails and nice views on the main waterfront walk.

wandern
5 months ago

Quick and easy, nice after dinner walk

wandern
5 months ago

Une bonne randonnée qui en vaut le coup! L’anse est accueillante avec ses chevaux sauvages, sa rivière fraîche et sa plage à couper le souffle. S’il ne fait pas trop chaud, pensez à mettre des vêtements longs, parce qu’à ce temps-ci de l’année, les arbustes (rosiers sauvages, petits sapins, framboisiers) poussent dans les sentiers et égratignent pas mal. Quelques endroits boueux, sentiers assez minces et à flanc de montagne. Le pire de la montée se fait au début du trajet, après le premier ruisseau. Il nous a fallu enlever nos souliers pour traverser la rivière située à mi-chemin ! N’oubliez pas la crème solaire, une partie du trajet se fait sans le couvert des arbres.

Très belle rando. À mi-chemin nous avons une vue fantastique de la côte escarpée et du Golfe. Nous avons dû enlever nos bottines pour traverser la rivière en contre-bas

wandern
6 months ago

A little bit of everything on this hike. View and horses were the reward. 3 hours in and 2.5 out on the same day. Best hike in Cape Breton so far.

wandern
schlammig
überwachsen
6 months ago

We loved this trail but had quite an adventure. We would definitely rate this as one of our top five hikes! It’s not that difficult from an ascent standpoint as I expected but there are several challenges along the way; a very muddy bog section, a wide brook to cross as well as several other minor to a little larger water crossings (and remember that you’ll have to repeat all of this on your way back) and very narrow and overgrown shrubs- some were face height but I’m just 5’3”. What I did not expect was the most beautiful view after coming down the first mountain- totally jaw dropping beautiful; a combination of “the hills are alive with the sound of music” with ocean views. The horses were further back towards the river so we did not see much of them but the views made this hike totally worthwhile for us. I also don’t think that there is a need to spend the night in order to accomplish this hike. For a reference point, my husband and I are both 62 but have done several more difficult hikes in the past.

wandern
6 months ago

Awesome hike! We did an east coast trip this summer and hiked lots of trails and this one was definitely one of our favourites. It can get a bit slippery and steep at times but the views and good vibes are worth it! The campsites looked like people haven't been cleaning up after themselves very well. (Please tidy up after yourselves as it would be a shame to degrade and/or loose access to this special place!). We hiked in and out in an afternoon but there are places to camp - we'll definitely stay over next time!

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