Start at Doran's Lane and just take a short 1 km (.6 mi) stroll to scenic Torbay Point. There walk the pointed rock outcropping surrounded by crashing waves, stroll along the cliffs to Cobbler Brook (5.5 km or 3.4 mi), or make your way to the end of the trail at Red Cliff, where you can still see the ruins of a WWII radar station (about 6 km or 3.7 mi).
Beautiful ocean views await, and there is a good chance of seeing whales in July or early August. Torbay Point provides an excellent spot for an evening stroll, a picnic on a sunny day, or a run if you need to clear your head. Also a good spot to watch the sunrise.
It seems that the trail is regualrly used, but it is certainly not crowded.
Vertical Gain or Loss: 100 m
Trail Distance: 1 - 12 km (0.6- 7.5 mi) depending on preference
A number of steep sections are not wheelchair accessible. The trail is in good condition, and relatively level up to where it splits into trail to Cobbler Brook and Torbay point. Steep, but well built steps from there.
Many people bring their dogs.