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Little Cove to Cyprus Lake Trail


If you could imagine the perfect trail – challenging, but with delightful rewards of spectacular views, this would probably be it. You will encounter strange and wonderful rock formations, cliffs, mysterious caves, holes in the ground that you can climb down, glimpses of water so clear it takes the breath away and white beaches that dazzle your eyes. What more could a hiker possibly want.



There can be few hikes anywhere that rival the scenery to be found on this remote stretch of the Bruce Peninsula that juts like an upside down leg and foot into the blue waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.  The terminus of the famed Bruce Trail, that traces the ragged lines of the Niagara Escarpment for more than 700 km is at Tobermory, 5 km west of here. The 30 km of the Bruce Trail that extends east and south from Tobermory is considered to be the most challenging and dangerous of the entire route.



Directions: Park your car at the Head of Trails in Bruce Peninsula National Park off Highway 6, south of Tobermory and arrange a drop-off at Little Cove, about 12 km north on Highway 6. Turn right onto Little Cove and follow the gravel road to the Georgian Bay shoreline. The trail, marked with Bruce Trail white blazes, goes off to the right.



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