Caribou Munroes Island Provincial Park

Off for a post-Christmas hike at Caribou – Munroes Island Provincial Park. Being in the off-season it was easier to around the camping & park section without trouble. We headed to the back of the camping area for the cliffs. Here we found the stairs down to the beach where our hike will start. The… Continue reading Caribou Munroes Island Provincial Park

Wards Falls

Wards Falls is very common trail that hikers around these parts bring up as they discuss their most favorite hikes. So after a early snow fall in the area, I decided that it was finally time to drive up to Parrsboro and check out the sights!

Cobequid Escarpment Hiking Trail

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

Crowbar Hiking Trails

We talk about finding wilderness trails not far from the city, yet we don’t mention the Crowbar Hiking Trail system, just next to Porters Lake, barely a 20 min drive from downtown Halifax. This was a 6k out & back along the Porters Lake & Spriggs Brook trail until the bridge to cross the stream.

Castle Frederick Farms Hiking Trails

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

Cape George Hiking Trails

Cape George Heritage Trails are a network of footpaths totalling 37kms about a half hour from Antigonish Nova Scotia. One of the first trails designed by local trail building guru Peter jackson, you park at the Cape George Heritage School along route 337.

Black Marsh Trail

While visiting family in Prince Edward Island, I decided to escape the house and drive up to the most western tip of the island to North Cape and walk 6km along the Black Marsh trail.

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