In one particular spot on Cobbler Path the snowdrifts are considerably higher than anywhere else on that trail, this spot is on the way to Torbay Point where the forest trail enters the open headland. In some years I have seen snow there up to my elbows, but today the snowdrift was higher than I am tall:

Big snowdrift on the trail – Cobbler Path

If somebody were crazy enough to make a tunnel through this snowdrift, it would have to be about 25 m long, and then go straight up to come out at the Torbay Point intersection.

In other places, there was little snow left, mostly melted by the spring sun:

Torbay Point – Cobbler Path