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New Brunswick, Welsford, Bald Peak
Canada

Bald Peak or Devil's Rock, at an elevation of 713 feet, offers a panoramic view at top of a trail from Welsford New Brunswick.


The trail head is located in the North West corner of the intersection of route 101 and Burton Lane where new route 7 highway overpass is currently being constructed Near Welsford in New Brunswick. The parking lot is almost visible in the panorama just this side of the new overpass built for the new highway where there is ample parking. The path is easy to follow, starts off wide but is rocky and steep in places and almost always goes up. The path is used often by locals for hiking and mountain climbing on the face of Bald Peak.

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Uppladdad: 19/06/2012
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Tags: new brunswick; saint john; mountain; bald peak; devil's rock; trail; hiking; walking; trees; lookout
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