This view over the Cape Mabou Highlands gives another view of the kind of terrain the trail system traverses. Beinn Alasdair Bhain (Fair Alistair’s Mountain) is at the right in the middle ground in the photo and the Beinn Alasdair Bhain Trail goes up to its summit in the cleft between it and the (unnamed) mountain in the foreground. Beyond, one can make out in the centre of the photo the MacPhees’ red barn on the Colindale Road—an orienting landmark from both the Gulf of St Lawrence and from the Cape Mabou Highlands, where it is usually visible. St Georges Bay is beyond the land mass that lies behind and to the right of the barn; with the naked eye, it was visible as a shining patch of blue from the summit, but in this photo, it is much more difficult to make out. Cape George is on the Nova Scotia mainland on the other side of St Georges Bay; it is often visible from the Cape Mabou Highlands, but in this photo, it seems to be merged with a cloud bank at the horizon and even in the full-sized version of this photo I can’t clearly make it out.