Blomidon Provincial park is a great micro adventure location as you have several options for activities. You can do some camping at the top of the Cape or walk the ocean floor at the day-use beach section. On a cool spring day, we attempted the do the “big” loop starting at the bottom and hiking… Continue reading Blomidon Provincial Park Hiking Trails
What better way than the view the fall foliage colors in Nova Scotia than to hike 8k in the deep wilderness that is at the doorstep of Liscomb Lodge along the Eastern Shore of the province.
We spent three nights at Baxter State Park, once again camping at the cabins at Daicey Pond. Since this year, we shedded a lot of dead weight this year, so we decided to attack the nearest summit from camp – Sentinel Mountain. We opted to park at the day-use lot at Kidney Pond, signed in… Continue reading Sentinel Mountain – Baxter State Park
We travelled towards Economy Nova Scotia to do a 6km loop at the start of fall colors season. The main trail we wanted to access was called Cobequid Escarpment, but it is a segment amongst the other trails within the system. Many would opt to hike the Kenomee Canyon or along Devil’s Bend trails. The… Continue reading Cobequid Escarpment Hiking Trail
Tucked in behind Windsor, Nova Scotia and not far from the Martock ski hill, we started the first of many exploration hikes within the Castle Frederick Farms Hiking Trails. The 2000 acre woodlot was recently put under a stewardship agreement with the Archaeological Land Trust of Nova Scotia to further protect the six archaeological sites… Continue reading Castle Frederick Farms Hiking Trails
A nice warm day and we decided to drive up to Sugar Moon Farms and hike this popular trail and some pancakes afterwards.
Cape Split is one of the most spectacular hikes in Atlantic Canada, taking you to one of Nova Scotia’s most famous rock formations.
We stopped by Debert, next to Truro and visited this recently developed interpretive trail. This is a well maintained trail over pine forests with four interpretive signs along the way. The signs talked about the life of the locals 11 thousand years ago. This was a traditional travel route so it made sense that this… Continue reading Mi’kmawey Debert
Nice big 8km hike along a wilderness trail, just minutes outside of Halifax. Decided to attempted the smallest hiking loop in the Bluffs, called Pot Lake loop. We parked the car at the closest parking lot and walked about 400m to the actual trailhead. We followed the BLT trail where you can either continue to… Continue reading Bluff Wilderness Trail – Pot Lake