The Bay of Islands in Newfoundland has long been a popular destination for both residents and tourists because of its natural attractions and historic sites. The beautiful towns of Lark Harbour and York Harbour are definitely home to breathtaking scenery and offer some of the most scenic hiking trails in the Bay of Islands. The Outer Bay of Islands Enhancement Committee (OBIEC) is a volunteer organization which cares for the hiking trails in the area. Our trail network offers walks and hikes from easy to extreme and connects to places such as the Captain Cook Monument at Lark Harbour, the beautiful remote beach at Cedar Cove, the scenic coastline and sea caves around Bottle Cove, and the hiking adventures of the Blow Me Down and Copper Mine Falls trails. Explore the Outer Bay of Islands and treat yourself to some amazing photo opportunities and panoramic views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Bay of Islands. Don't miss this hidden gem of Newfoundland.