1 East Coast Trail, Avalon Peninsula
Volunteers have so far cleared 220 kilo-metres of ancient footpaths that stretch all the way from St. John's to Cappahayden.
2 Hummock Trail, Fleur de Lys
Conquer the hill that the community was named after. It reminded French settlers of their flower, the lily.
3 Alexander Murray Hiking Trail, King's Point
Named for a land surveyor, this 8-kilometre hike features hundreds of steps to Haypook Summit overlooking awesome Corner Brook Gorge.
4 David Smallwood Park, Gambo
Trace the winding path of the Gambo River to a bridge with a view of salmon jumping upstream.
Newfoundland T'Railway
Walk the former railway bed from downtown St. John's, through the island's interior, to the last stop in Port aux Basques (900 kms).
5 Hodges Hill, Badger
Locals know where to find the path to the 569-metre summit overlooking the three rivers that flooded Badger in 2003.
6 Man O' War Trail, Ramea
Climb the steps up Man O' War Hill, the highest point of land, and view Ramea's coastline and the rest of this archipelago.
7 Bottle Cove, Corner Brook
A labyrinth of trails connects caves, volcanic rock and a panoramic view of the Bay of Islands.
8 Garnish-Point Rosie Trail
Hike, ski or ride this multi-use trail along the coast and inland between Garnish and the resettled community of Point Rosie.
9 Center Hill, Sunnyside
Explore this back country of bogs, ponds and waterfalls. Atop this 351-metre-high hill, prepare to discover a photographer's haven.
10 Walking Trails of Botwood
Take in history and the view on the path between Killick Island, WWII bunkers, Lighthouse Point and the King Ridge Lookout.
11 Top of Twillingate Trail
Hike to the highest point on the island for a 360-degree view of the town, the shoreline and the icebergs.
12 Chamber's Cove Heritage Walk, St. Lawrence
Hike to the spot overlooking the rocks where 203 lives were lost in the 1942 shipwrecks of the USS Pollux and the USS Truxton.