They say the walking path provides access to the north end of Inverness Beach.
Andrew Alkenbrack, Cabot’s general manager, says the trail gives additional options to those visiting the beach without having to cross the course.
Alkenbrack tells The Hawk it will also be a better experience for residents.
“There’s a nice boardwalk element to it that winds through the trees, then you get this great view of the 16th green and the whole coastline, which is fantastic,” he says. “(There’s) a nice staircase down to the beach, so it should make for a pretty good summer for people around here, I think.”
Alkenbrack says the beach is a great destination for people, and they wanted to give back.
“It dates back to the original construction and Beach Rd. No. 2, which effectively is now the driveway into the Cabot Public House,” he says. (It) sort of stops at the development here.”
Alkenbrack says sand dunes will also be protected by keeping people on pathways and new stairs.
He says he’s not sure of the cost of construction of the trail at this time.
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