The John Hogan Trail is a 3km boardwalk meandering along the Torrent River in Hawke's Bay, NL. The trail was built to commemorate the remarkable courage of Newfoundland Ranger John Hogan, who for over 50 days, survived in the wilderness and cared for a totally incapacitated companion.
The Hogan Trail begins at the Torrent River Nature Park and Campground and leads to the Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Centre and Fishway.
Users of the trail may spot a variety of Newfoundland wildlife,including Atlantic salmon, can view fly fishers trying their luck on the Torrent River, and can witness the beauty of the majestic Torrent River Falls.
The John Hogan Trail is located in the community of Hawke's Bay, 211 km north of Deer Lake, along Route 430. The trail can be entered at the Torrent River Nature Park or at the Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Centre and Fishway, which is located 1.2 km off Route 430.
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