The Skerwink Trail is located in one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s prime tourist destinations, the Trinity Bight. With additional cultural, entertainment, and recreational activities all along the Discovery Trail (from Clarenville to Bonavista), you can find a range of activities and sights to fill a stay of several days.

We’ve gathered some helpful information for visitors—more information is available at the provincial Tourism site www.newfoundlandlabrador.com and visitor information centres throughout the province.

:: Where to Stay
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We encourage you to choose one of the following establishments, all of which are Friends of Skerwink.

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eMill Road, off Route 230
e(709) 464-3240
eenquiries@fishersloft.com
ewww.fishersloft.com
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32-34 Rocky Hill Road
(709) 464-2130
info@sherwoodsuites.com
www.sherwoodsuites.com


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:: More Hiking
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A guide to exploring our natural environment and other walking or hiking paths in the Discovery Trail region of the province is available at www.thediscoverytrail.org/english/hikediscovery.

It provides information on the following trails*:

e> Bare Mountain Trail, Clarenville: a 3 km loop to the top of Bare Mountain (165 metres)
e> Rotary Trail, Clarenville: a range of looping trails from 2.5 to 5 km
e> British Harbour Trail: a 6 km (one-way) trail to the abandoned communities of Kerley's
eHarbour (2 km) and British Harbour
e> Fox Island Trail: a 3 km loop trail around the peninsula of Fox Island
e> Murphy's Cove Trail: a 7.7 km coastal and forested loop that begins in Port Union
e> Maberly Trail: a 17.7 km linear trail linking Maberly and Little Catalina
e> Klondike Trail: a 5 km linear old rail-bed trail between Elliston North and Spillars Cove
e> King’s Cove Lighthouse Trail: two loops between King’s Cove and its headland lighthouse
e> Centre Hill Trail: a 5.5 km (one-way) linear trail to the top of Centre Hill (1,153 feet),near
eSunnyside.
e> Gun Hill: a .75 km (one-way) ascent behind the Town of Trinity that rewards with a eepanoramic view.

e*Note to hikers: Maintenance standards on these trails may vary.

:: Other Activities & Attractions
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Looking for more to do while you're in the area? We suggest the following activities and attractions, all of which are Friends of Skerwink.

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The studio offers people of all artistic levels a place to enhance their drawing, painting, and printmaking skills with visual artist Stephen Zeifman. Please inquire about offerings.
(709) 464-3907
(off season: (416) 932-6872)
info@millroadstudio.com
www.millroadstudio.com
Mid-June to mid-September


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The town’s website offers an overview of services and attractions in the Port Rexton area.
(Note: Website under construction.)
(709) 464-2006
info@townofportrexton.com
www.townofportrexton.com
Year-round.


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The town’s website offers an overview of services and attractions in Trinity.
(709) 464-3836

CouncilTrinity@netscape.net
www.townoftrinity.com
Year-round.

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