We passed this trail many times this summer while driving to Twillingate. Each time I said I need to explore that one, but never made the time to stop.  Finally a few months ago, in January we did, and the first thing that came to my mind was ‘what a nice little trail’.  I run a mile when I hear ‘nice little’ (sounds boring to my ears) so I replaced my thoughts with short and colourful.

I will definitely take my grandchildren on this trail, so I had to test the equipment for safety! What fun!

 

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I wasn’t wearing my Garmin and the signage didn’t indicate the distance around the pond, but I believe it is a little over one km. We hiked to the top of the lookout to get a little workout. Everywhere there are quotes and colourful stairs, tables, bird houses and benches. The  Town of Summerford is to be commended for the work put into the trail and I am sure walkers will enjoy looking for the little surprises around every corner.  They sure brought a smile to my face.

As you can see from the photos, it was late evening when we were here and I can only imagine how much nicer it would be in the summer and fall.

I found some magic on a cold January day.

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10 thoughts on “A short,colourful trail.

  1. I’ve wanted to do this trail for awhile, too. Now I’m definitely going to do it, hopefully with you.
    Is that a quote beginning with ” I run a mile” ? Otherwise, I don’t understand a word of it.

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  2. A perfect trail and a lovely view from the lookout. I too wish to compliment the residents of Summerford and the writer for sharing our hike with such elegance.

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