Bunny Trail Via Station Street

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Oxford, Nova Scotia

Bunny Trail Via Station Street is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Oxford, Nova Scotia, Canada that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and snowshoeing. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length1.8 miElevation gain157 ftRoute typeLoop
dog friendlyHikingNature tripsSnowshoeingWalkingRiverViewsWildlife
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A Fantastic woods hike with views along River Philip this hike starts and ends along the Rail Trail (The Great Trail).

Accessible from the Rail Trail with parking available along Station Street in Oxford NS. You can also reach this trail from the Oxford Irving if you take the rail trail towards River Philip. If entering from the Irving, look for the trailhead at the gravel mound which is past the bridge over River Philip but before the 90deg left turn.

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Angela Sangster
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Great trail, perfect distance for a hike with kids. Tons of wildlife around, we even got to see two pileated woodpeckers! Excellent spot for a nice winter day.

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gregalvina Nix
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A lovely trail with small loops that provide an easy option when steep trail areas are encountered. Great views of the River Phillip and a lovely rest stop swing and picnic table add to the experience. A portion of the loop is on the Great Trail and can be accessed from Station Street or from main street at the "Big Blueberry) when entering Oxford from the 104. Plenty of distance can be accessed by heading north or south to explore the Great Trail!! Trail tread has been nicely grubbed out allowing more time to enjoy the scenery!

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Rob Waye
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Keri Waye
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Chris Martin
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Robin Marlatt
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Sydney Van De Wiel
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Robert Nogler
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Mike Reid
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R. Dave Spencer
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R. Dave Spencer
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