Atlantic White Cedar Trail
Cape Cod National Seashore
The White Cedar Trail also goes through a metamorphosis each season. In the summer, vibrant greens, blues, and yellows are predominant, while in the fall the trees take on a deep brown hue. Finally, as winter approaches, the white cedars live up to their name, growing a striking, cold-weather coat that turns the forest into a sparkling wonderland.
As the path draws to an end, it opens up to a spectacular view of Marconi Point, where Guglielmo Marconi first made transatlantic, wireless communication a reality in 1903.