The East Coast Trail Guide is a digital trail guide and photo book filled with information about Newfoundland’s amazing East Coast Trail, it’s available on Apple Books.
|Inside the guide:
to version 1.8 (Feb. 2019)
East Coast Trail
The East Coast Trail is an absolutely unique hiking destination that follows the rugged shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean. Hikers exploring this coastal wilderness trail are rewarded with incredible views of spring icebergs, summer whales, and much more.
If you’re planning on hiking the East Coast Trail you can look forward to breathtaking views, exciting wildlife encounters, hidden coves, secluded beaches and dozens of charming towns that can trace their history back to the early 1600s. There is a lot to see along the trail and no matter if you’re a tourist or a traveller, an occasional hiker or a seasoned backpacker, the East Coast Trail Guide will help you make the most of your time and will get you excited about visiting Newfoundland.
Visitors who are short on time will want to check out the guide’s top 10 chapter, which recommends the hikes that show you the absolute highlights of the East Coast Trail, both near and far from St. John’s.
Hikers that want to plan their hikes themselves will want to dive into the 24 trails chapter, which offers 840 pages of detailed trail descriptions and beautifully illustrated trail maps of all the trails that make up the East Coast Trail from Cape St. Francis to Cappahayden:
The guide’s most striking feature, however, is its photography.
Every single chapter is filled to the brim with high-quality photos: beaches, cliffs, forests, icebergs, berry picking, whales, puffins, moose, capelin; every natural attraction you can find on the East Coast Trail is right here in this beautiful book.
Here’s a quick look inside:
When you’re ready to have a look at the high-quality photos and artwork in the actual East Coast Trail Guide, head over to Apple Books to download the first chapter for free:
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