Jack Pine Trail
|Record #: MCV0025||Last Modified: 11 Apr 2019||Last Full Update: 16 Feb 2017|
|Located In||Ingonish Beach|
|Where To Find Us||
|Areas Served||Victoria County|
|Phone||902-285-2270- Cheticamp Office
902-285-2691- Ingonish Office
|Description & Services|
|Information||This scenic trail overlooks the Atlantic coastline and winds through a post-fire jack pine stand. This pocket of jack pine is significant because it is separated from the rest of its range by 200 km. Interpretive panels tell the story of this area, beginning with a fire in 1921, a budworm infestation and the hardy vegetation that survives today in this harsh coastal environment. If you want a longer hike, connect up with the Coastal Trail.
Trailhead:Turn off the Cabot Trail at the Black Brook day use area and turn left to the upper parking lot.
Significant Feature: Atlantic coastline
Length: 2.3 km (1.4 mi) loop
Hiking Time: 1 hour
Elevation: 10 - 55 m (35 - 180 ft.)
Interpretive loop. Short climbs. Some rocky, rugged sections.
|Tags||All Things Trails ; Cape Breton Connect ; Hiking ; NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; Trails|
|Categories - General||Hiking Trails ; National Parks|