From the Land Bank’s page for the Preserve:
North Neck, narrow and tall, rises out of the Nantucket Sound and Cape Pogue Pond. The Land Bank has informally dubbed this property “The Map,” since from its heights hikers easily observe the region’s geography: the curve of the Cape Pogue Elbow, Martha’s Vineyard’s east shore (with West Tisbury’s Indian Hill in the distance) and the far-off islands of Nantucket County. Two beaches are crossed when hiking the trail loop, one of which — Cape Pogue Gut — is popular for fishing, as all of the Cape Pogue Pond drains through it. The other beach, along the Cape Pogue Pond itself, has a barren quality. This land is a fallout site for tired birds and butterflies migrating south across the sound, affording excellent wildlife viewing.
Click here for the Preserve’s Trail/Property Map