The John Hogan Trail is a 6kms trail that meanders along the Torrent River. It will take to to the Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Centre where you will see Atlantic salmon as the migrate to their spawning grounds. Views of the falls are fabulous and are picture worthy! The trail is named after John Hogan, a Newfoundland Ranger that spent over 50 days in the wilderness caring for an incapicated companion. It is a fully boardwalked trail with 3 observation decks/rest stops along the way. As the Torrent River is a world renown salmon river, you can stop and speak with the many anglers you will see along the way. There is also a section at the beginning that is wheelchair accessible. It is the only wheelchair accessible fishing deck in the province.
The trail begins at he Torrent River Nature Park is located on Route 430 in Hawkes Bay.
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