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Sandy Cope Trail
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.
Type: Loop
Length: 6.3 km (approx 2.0 hour hike)
Surface: Soil, footpath
Marking: Follow path and trail markers.
Permitted Use:
Back Country Skiing
Hiking
Snowshoeing
Access: Trail Head located on Fire road into Gully lake Wilderness Area, 1.5 km from gate on Kemptown Road
Trail Head Coordinates: Lat 45.53927 N, Long 063.09851 W. Directions.
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Sandy Cope 

Sandy Cope Trail Map. [Enlarged Version] Also available in Black and White

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