They have pale yellow skin with orangey-red flushes.
Inside, they have yellow, firm, crisp, juicy flesh with good flavour and a tart but not astringent taste.
The fruit ripens late August, early September.
Good for fresh-eating, cooking. Also good for canning, juicing, apple butter.
Trail Crab Apples were developed by Agriculture Canada at the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Canada from a cross between Northern Queen and Rideau apples. Released 1911.