Our interpretive program is led by volunteers. All events are free with activity levels ranging from easy to difficult.
Join us for a guided hike led by a knowledgable member of the Friends of Taylor Head Society.
We have graded our hiking trails as EASY or MODERATE for hikes under 3 kilometers, and DIFFICULT for hikes over 3 kilometers, such as the Headland Trail. Most outings exceed three hours, so do not forget to bring drinking water, something to eat, and appropriate outdoor clothing.
Hike is under 3 kilometres (1.86 miles)
Hike is over 3 kilometres (1.86 miles)
You need sturdy footwear such as walking shoes, hiking sneakers, or hiking boots. Street shoes or sandal-type footwear with open toes and heels are not suitable for these rough hiking trails. If you have questions about the conditions of the trails, just give us a call.
Saturday, September 26. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00p.m.
Meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Park Info Kiosk at the last parking lot.
Level of difficulty: DIFFICULT
No rain date.
On this outing we will walk the Spry Bay Trail and Headland Trail. It is a good opportunity to see and photograph migrating shore birds including Yellowlegs, Whimbrels, and other foraging travelers. We also expect to see migrating fall warblers as well as a variety of our year-round, resident species.
You will encounter rugged terrain on this 5 hour walk, so wear hiking boots or other sturdy footwear. Bring a lunch, water, and binoculars.
Leader: Peter Oickle 902.499.4114