Hike the coastline to Taylor Head Point that provides the maximum experience of the park and where your picnic lunch awaits. You hike, we provide lunch while you enjoy a scrumptious lunch prepared by the chef at The Henley House Pub and Restaurant. We'll even take care of packing up so you can continue admiring the view, taking pictures, and enjoying the fresh North Atlantic air.
Headland Trail description:
- 8 km (5 mi.)
- Difficult trail
- Time: 2.5 hours
This rugged but rewarding, coastline trek to Taylor Head Point provides the maximum experience for the park. The trail returns on the opposite side of Taylor Head where it rejoins the Spry Bay Trail.
Typically, on this trail, you will have to step over protruding rocks and tree roots, walk up and down steep steps of rock, and tread through some muddy wet patches. Conditions are often very slippery. Many people find that a walking stick is very helpful on the rough, slippery trails.
You’ll 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. Click here for more info on trails in the park.
- Chicken salad sandwich or Ham and Cheese sandwich (choose: whole wheat or white bread)
- Homemade potato chips
- Fresh fruit (choose: apple, banana, or orange)
- Fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies
- Beverage (choose: water or lemonade)
- Lunch will be served in a paper bag, we are not using plastic.
- Wipes and napkins will be provided.
- Please advise us of food allergies and/or sensitivities.
Wipes and napkins provided. Lunch will be served in a paper bag, to respect the environment and leave no trace, we are not using plastic etc.
*Please advise us of food allergies and/or sensitivities to The Henley House or email@example.com
Good to know:
- Dogs on leash
- No alcohol permitted
A portion of proceeds goes to The Friends of Taylor Head Park Society.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Keep in mind, this is an 8 km hike, the terrain is bumpy and rocky in areas.
What can I bring to the hike?
Bring extra water, wear sturdy and comfy shoes, dress in layers (the Headland can be cooler as it is along the coast), sunscreen and definitely a camera!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
What's the refund policy?
Refunds can be issued up to the Tuesday, August 7th, 2018