I don’t have a heck of a lot to say right now about the Bear Cove Point Path… I have only hiked it once, and it was a while ago. In order to do justice to its description I will have to hike it again. There are, at least, a few pictures below!
At the end of some narrow, winding roads, one finds the Bear Cove Point Path trailhead!
Aggie Dinn’s Cove just past the trailhead.
The meadows outside Renews are beautiful.
Ships Bottom, a flat section of rock.
Sculpin Bay was my intended location for a camp, but there doesn’t seem to be a good spot here!
The next morning, the rocky coast was spectacular at the Klondike River crossing.
Not sure which landform this is (Manny’s Gulch maybe?) but it’s distinctive… a large, flat section of rock.
The side trail to a viewpoint on South Point is worth exploring. Looking back at Southern Cove.
Crossing Bear Cove River.
The site of the lighthouse at Bear Cove Point.
The residence with the lighthouse behind.
Bear Cove Point and Little North Cove
Much of the remainder of the trail is a beautiful woods path.
Looking back at Bear Cove Point.
Fanny’s Cove Meadow.
A look at North Head from near Water Cove.
The signs of former settlement at Blacksmith.
More rock walls.
And with that, the East Coast Trail is complete!
Gerry and Friends Slowly but Surely Hike the East Coast Trail (and occasionally elsewhere)