|Communities at Trailheads:||Outer Cove - Red Cliff Road|
|Trailheads are approximately 12 KM from down town St. John's.|
|Path length:||8.2 KM (one way)|
|Estimated Hiking time:||3 to 4 hour(s)|
|Path difficulty:||Moderate. Trail ratings explained.|
|Map:||N#2. Maps and map sets available online.|
|Path Description:||Popular hike partially boardwalked over wet area, to Torbay Point; through the woods and down into a valley, stepping across Cobbler Brook; then a steep climb up to a ridge leading to Red Cliff. This path is formerly known as Red Cliff Path.|
|Attractions:||Torbay Point is the long jutting land mass that forms the southern edge of Tor Bay. It is a great place to watch for whales in summer.
The Cobbler and the five finger-like rock formations at Shooting Cove.
Breath taking view of Logy Bay from atop Red Cliff.
Remnants of Pinetree Line Radar Station on Red Cliff
Drive from St. John's north on Logy Bay Road, taking a right on Marine Drive, then a right onto Doran's Lane in Outer Cove
|Parking & walking directions to Trailhead North:||Park at the end of Doran's Lane out of the way of the snowplow and salt trucks in the turn-around. The trailhead is at the turn around.|
|Red Cliff Road
Drive from St. John's north on Logy Bay Road, taking a right on Marine Drive then a right on Red Cliff Road.
|Parking & walking directions to Trailhead South:||Park at the end of Red Cliff Road near the turn around before the (closed) gate. Pass the gate and walk up the gravel road 1 km to the trailhead.|
|Current Path status:||
Path visible and passable with a few high leaners (trees) over trail, April 2016
|License to occupy:||E117747|
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