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wandern
2 months ago

Unreal trip. Hiked and camped on November 2nd-3rd. We took the Northern approach for our overnight trip to Fishing Cove as we were running short on time and wanted to make camp prior to sunset. The North route is an access road for the park staff, but was a fantastic trail. Cruised down it in under an hour, and it took us about an hour to ascend the following morning. Camping was wonderful, and it’s a beautiful little hideaway. Will have to come back and try the southern approach.

Beautiful trail in fall with autumn colours. Easier to find the trail going in clockwise direction. In lots of places the trail disappears and flagging is needed. AllTrails app and data was essential for staying on track. But lovely trail for a moderately challenging hike.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

Yes. This trail is unrideable on MTB. We started to ride up, from the end of Moneypoint Road in Bay Saint Lawrence, but quickly got off and pushed and carried our bikes to the top. 278m. Near the cell towers. We turned on Road 6014 and rode back to Bay Saint Lawrence. Oh it started raining half way up the climb, and for the rest of our ride.

This beatiful trail traverses all sorts of terrains going through the Hemlocks and Hardwoods and follwing a small trail. It is the full backpacking experience and really gets to you. I took 4 days but if you are trail running I could see it taking only 2. The cabins in the second half make it so much nicer. The marshes it goes through makes it rough with the mosquitoes, black-flies, horse-flies, and deer-flies. This extreme hike made my summer. Would do again!

wandern
käfer
überwachsen
3 months ago

It was extremely beautiful. It is definately a backpacking hike. I did the rest of the trail but this is close enough. I had a great 4 day trip here! Lots of bugs in late summer. Trail can be hard to find at some points. Hide your gear so bears don't get at it.

wandern
schlammig
sturmholz
3 months ago

The trip out the same way we hiked in. River down significantly from the day before, but still with some energy about it.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
sturmholz
3 months ago

We experienced some storm damage from Hurricane Dorian, but nothing a day with a chainsaw can’t fix. The work-around trails are starting to form around the deadfall and root balls. The river was up from the previous day’s rain, but was manageable when rafting up and crossing together, and we camped at the Chain Lake campground. The waterfall was raging, the moon came out once the rain stopped, and the fall colours were simply stunning!

Completed this last weekend. Great condition, awesome hike!

I started at the end of Collin rd took the wrong path and instantly was lost luckily I ended up on a scenic route to Charlie's lake which was lovely! Made it back to the fox lake trail and really enjoyed the unique hike to the fox lake look off, which was gorgeous! very rocky, rooty and can be steep. definitly not for small children.

wandern
3 months ago

Do not try to bike up

Mountainbiking
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

Fairly rugged terrain with lots of lake views. Great for crawlers and trail RCs.

wandern
3 months ago

Beautiful. A great NS trail.

The trail head at Myra road is currently closed. I went there 9/21/2019. Ps- I rated this trail so I could comment.

wandern
steinig
4 months ago

I like big rocks and I cannot lie, all you other hikers can’t deny, that when you climb up a rock staircase and there’s huge boulders in your face, you get... happy? In all seriousness, great trail. Lots of varied interesting terrain, decent elevation gains (for N.S.), and multiple nice lake-side campsites (especially for hammocking). And not too far from Halifax.

wandern
schlammig
4 months ago

One of the most beautiful hikes I've completed to date! Rather challenging if you plan for longer days, but rewarding nonetheless. 3 days 2 nights is certainly enough to complete the trail. We hiked clockwise and I would definitely do that direction again. Ran into 3 groups of people the entire time we were on the trail so it was nice and quiet. A significant amount of muddy patches to go around between Refugee and Seal Cove, but that could have also been because of the hurricane. One of the best marked trails I have ever experienced as well.

If you start the trail via Fox Lake, becareful at marker 28. There are two paths, and the wrong one is marked with hiking markers. the actual path is not clear.

Beautiful trail. Can't wait to do it again. Reserving cabins and carrying less gear was a great option I'm glad we took.

This was an EPIC adventure of a trail. Anyone looking for lots of different types of forest should do this hike. There were a few trees down as Hurricane Dorian just came through a week ago but overall awesome and marked. Honestly one of the coolest I’ve ever done from this app. The only quam is that it IS NOT 12.80 km lol. We followed this trail to a T but it measured 14.88 on my iWatch and 15.55 on my partners. It took roughly 5 hrs and we stopped a couple times for maybe 5-10 mins to enjoy lunch and a view.

wandern
schlammig
sturmholz
4 months ago

We hiked the morning after Hurricane Dorian, only a few trees blocking the path and most were quick to get around. We did the full trail in 9 hours counting breaks and a 4km extension(wrong path). Lots of ankle deep water and mud, especially on the 4th loop. Check your app when you get to checkpoints to make sure you don’t take the wrong way. Great day and a nice hike, bring lots of water and good boots!

This a hard, yet rewarding trail. It took me 3 days, 2 nights and around 13 hours of hiking to complete. I spent the first night in Refugee Cove and the second night in Eatonville. There was rain the first night which made the trail the second day along the coast very muddy and unforgiving but the views were worth it. Great experience and trail.

wandern
4 months ago

amazing gem in Halifax harbour. Society offers special event days which add to experience

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