Trek the T’Railway
Enjoy a walk or bike ride along a portion of the Trans-Canada Trail and get a spectacular view of the ocean and shoreline.
The T’Railway is a non-motorized trail that traces the old Newfoundland Railway railbed. It passes through forested areas and over the stunning Manuels River valley, before making its way to the shoreline. Along the coast, icebergs, whales, and sea birds are often seen. Approximately 14 km has been completed, from Spruce Hill Road in the east to Doyles Road in the west, where it will eventually continue an additional 4 km to Indian Pond at the Town’s western boundary. The T’Railway allows hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, and many other activities for a healthy lifestyle. It’s a great way to spend time outdoors any time of the year.
The developed portion of the T’Railway is maintained year-round, so there is always an opportunity for adventure on the trail. No matter the season, you can get out and enjoy the T’Railway! The T’Railway is completely accessible for users of all ages and mobility levels, boasting the same width and grade of the original railbed, which makes it ideal for all levels of fitness. People may access the trail from designated parking areas, and also from any number of informal access points along the route. T’Railway courtesies signage along the trail highlight parking areas, garbage receptacles, as well as general rules and considerations for trail users.
For more information about the T’Railway, please contact the Economic Development and Tourism Department at 709-834-6500 ext. 701 or email email@example.com.