Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land

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Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land

Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land
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NCtravelz
Raleigh, NC994 contributions
Challenging after a storm
Aug 2021 • Couples
It took about 50 min to do 1.4 miles along the coastal trail to the first scenic overlook. A recent storm made the path pretty muddy and slick. The views were amazing. I heard that we should continue to the first rocky beach but there was no indication how far. We got about half way down to the beach and turned around. It was just too slick and challenging. The trailhead had plenty of parking and a bathroom.
Written August 23, 2021
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Joseph N
Southampton, Pennsylvania, United States49 contributions
Spring hiking
May 2021
Be sure to wear good hiking shoes as the terrain is a little challenging in spots. We were there in mid May so the black flies were ramping up. Good idea to buy a hat with bug netting. We did and were glad. The trails are well marked and maintained. You will not be disappointed with your time spent here. The views are unbelievable!
Written May 23, 2021
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Ann P
Wichita Falls, TX25 contributions
Other worldly
Oct 2020 • Family
I have never seen scenery like I did here. From the mossy covered rocks, to the tree-root staircases, we felt like we were in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. I wouldn’t have been surprised if the Ents came walking by.

It’s a challenging hike. Watch your step. Lots of rocks, puncheons (wooden boardwalk-type walkways) and tree roots.

Absolutely beautiful!
Written October 7, 2020
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John C
Fitchburg, MA861 contributions
First Backpacking adventure at 51
Aug 2020 • Solo
Decided to drive 6 hours to get away from Massachusetts and get me some nature to cure my Covid Blues! I found this trail back in 2014 by mistake and at that time I only met one other person on it. This time around both parking lots were filled and I parked seven cars down along the street. 1.4 mi into the trail you have a beautiful overlook. Kind of reminds me of looking at the cliffs in California. I decided to go further into the woods to find one of the primitive campsites. Lucky for me I didn't stay at one of the primitive campsites but I was on the edge of one of the cliffs with a view to die for. This was the first time me ever backpacking and setting a tent up at my ripe age of 51. All I can say is if you love nature this is a must do. I watched the sunset and ate breakfast while watching the sunrise. I even had a little furry friend sitting next to me while I was eating breakfast. I will definitely do this trail again with a couple friends of mine after I show them the pictures they definitely want to go.
Written August 31, 2020
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Andy T
Portland, ME74 contributions
a long walk to some great views
Jul 2020
We had done a quick out and back here a few years ago, and wanted to actually walk some of the coast. It's not a trip for the fainthearted. The shorter loop is about six miles, and, while there's no net elevation gain, there's a lot of scrambling up and down over rocky hills. Most folks were heading out to camp overnight, probably a good choice if you really want to experience the area. The coast has beautiful scenery, and the woods have a lot of small wildlife.
Written July 19, 2020
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tpap88
Rumford, ME146 contributions
Breathtaking vistas from high cliffs over the Big Ocean.
Jun 2019 • Couples
We are Boondockers that connect activities with free campsites. The parking lot serving this trail system was perfect for our one night stop on the way to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Despite fierce mosquitos around dinner time the early morning hike to the bluffs provided a fantastic wake up to the Sun Rising over the ocean. there are some remote campsites farther along the trail system but our goal was coffee on cliffs with sunrise. The birdsong in the cedar forest was special.
Written July 25, 2019
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Deb W
Pinehurst, NC129 contributions
Walk? Maybe if you're 18!
May 2019 • Couples
We are not unhappy to have made the hike! We found it challenging with roots, rocks, mud et.al. The view of the ocean is spectacular but not from a cliff as we had suspected. Views are limited depending on your degree of sure footed-ness and balance. The day was beautiful. We really needed the exercise. Wouldn't, however, do it again.
Written May 8, 2019
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LostALot22
Chicago, IL10,362 contributions
Nice area
Oct 2018 • Business
There is a parking lot and a trail along the shore. The view is great and you can see a lot of shore and some boats. I recommend going during the trees changing colors. It was nice.
Written November 22, 2018
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Hilary K
Newton, MA17 contributions
Hike was much longer than advertised
Jul 2018 • Family
We did the half loop which was supposed to be about 5 miles. There was a detour that had us practically bushwacking a new trail. There was so much overgrowth that it was nearly impossible to see your feet. The coastal trail was mostly wooded with occasional views from outlooks. On the whole, it ended up being about 7 miles of sweaty grueling hike with occasional peeks at the coast.
Written August 5, 2018
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08lj
Charleston, SC175 contributions
Nice walk on the coastal trail
Oct 2017 • Couples
Nice place to stop on the way up the coast. We walked the coastal trail to see the view, it was a good one! The hike itself wasn't difficult, some up and down but no major elevation changes. The were a good many rocks and roots on the trail plus some areas where you need to walk on wood planks.The trail was well marked and easy to follow. We only saw one other couple on the trail with two other cars in the parking area. The trailhead had a map and a sign in/out book.
Written October 16, 2017
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