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21 hours ago

Hands down one of my Favourite Beaches !! A must see !!

21 hours ago

A oldie but a goodie !! Love watching the waves roll in since I was a little girl .

Awesome ! Amazing View !!

Local, the kids love it. Peaceful Beautiful Lake !

Good trail and not super well marked which is fun, kind of close to the highway so you can hear the cars pretty much into the loop. only downside though

7 days ago

More rock scrambling than expected but the views are well worth it. Make sure you hit the rocky peak rather than the look out near the top (could have easily fooled me). The path is nice and has shading for hot days

Simply Beautiful.

12 days ago

Simply Beautiful.

Pretty easy trail.

Very easy with wide paths. Nice waterfall too.

Well marked trail. Nice mix of terrains too. It can get a bit swampy in the lower parts.

Love bringing my dog here. Plenty of little areas to explore plus swimming in the summer. I stay away from the human beach.

an old railed so the trail is flat it is a great bike trail with interesting view along the way. the trail through Tatamagouche is fantastic with bridges and rest stops

hiked this a few years ago. loved it!

Personally, we loved the variety of this trail.

25 days ago

Beautiful falls... nice wading pool in the middle tier of the falls.

Awesome trail

Beautiful water fall, the GPS shows in all took me to wrong place. I used my google map.Should watch carefully for the narrow path to the water fall from the mud road( its right in the turning) high chance to miss it as there is no sign for trail

28 days ago

Beautiful walk beside the river.. I have done it in December during snow which was really amazing. You can hike even after the trail if you want to, but make sure that you dnt get lost

on Victoria Park

1 month ago

What a hoot ! Have you ever played 'snakes and ladders' ? The park keepers certainly have, the trail system is based on a paved path at the base of canyon with multiple sets of stairs going up the edges. Really cool. One set of steps called 'Jacob's Ladder' is outrageously long. Then there are waterfalls (many). For those of you who have read my other reviews you know I like to combine food, challenges and waterfalls. The food this time was a little spot in Truro called Bistro 22. The challenge was the stairs (even tired out my extremely fit wife). The Waterfalls, many and strongly visual. Enjoy !

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