Trail Name: Sandy Cope Trail
Description: “Sandy Cope Trail, named for a Mi’kmaq hunting guide born in 1853, is 6.3 km long and starts 1.5 km from Gully Lake Wilderness Trail Head. The trail is set in white spruce, maple, and red spruce woods, with a great variety of wildflowers, mosses, and lichens. The trail passes old mill sites, Donald’s Falls, Sandy Cope Lake, Widow Hatton’s Ridge, and crosses two early roads. The trail rolls very lightly and should be relatively easy on snowshoes.”
Map: Find a map and directions here.