Explore the most popular trails in Nova Scotia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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trail is well marked, lots of plaques with history on the area

This trail was just ok, honestly. With so many beautiful views throughout this entire area, we had a hard time finding this crowded trail worth it. We prefer the lesser traveled trails in this park.

I hiked this morning, December 9, 2017.
It was great.I had the whole Trail to myself.
I could here a Coyote howling from a distance. The Gulf of St. Lawrence was so calm that the Magdelan Islands that belong to Quebec 40+ miles away were visible.
I was able to take 20 photos of the awesome view of the landscapes and one spruce grouse.
I did see a rabbit go by but he was too fast for my camera.

Very easy walk lots of places to sit and rest. Shops al alongside. Not the greatest place to take a dog unless well trained and very social.

So pretty. Lots of little offshoot paths for great photo ops.

Ocean view was great lots of frogs and birds.

hiking
17 days ago

Good hike despite the rain and fog, Ran into two Bull Moose on the trail.

Not a challenging hike, but you may well get the lake to yourself. Which is pretty magical.

Great views, and a thrilling ascent. I wish I was back there.

hiking
19 days ago

Good any time of the year

hiking
22 days ago

Beautiful.

Beautiful little trail!

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