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Corney Brook Trail is a 4.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Cheticamp, Nova Scotia, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and trail running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 4.1 miles Elevation Gain: 616 feet Route Type: Out & Back

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5 months ago

June 2019. Warn down path over roots and rocks with slight inclines. Sheltered by forest coverage. Bridge crossing and river views along the way to beautiful waterfall.

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5 months ago

pretty easy trail to a waterfall

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6 months ago

Excellent two hour walk, nice gradual climb uphill making the downhill all the way back even better Waterfall at the end is well worth it Hiking poles are great because of the roots

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6 months ago

merveilleux quand il pleut.

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11 months ago

This trail is pretty easy, fairly flat and well shaded in summer, in the fall it is in full colour as the Acadian forest has a lot of hard woods. Its a nice hike as you can hear the babbling brook for most of the trip if its not windy or raining. In winter expect a lot of wind fell trees, and spring it can be hit or miss, depends on when the parks crew can get in to clear things before the summer season.

Sun Oct 21 2018

nice and easy to walk

Fri Sep 14 2018

Fairly straightforward mostly level trail to waterfall. Lots of shade - welcome on a hot day. We saw a bald eagle in flight over the valley too.

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Wed Aug 01 2018

A nice shady easy trail to a waterfall. Gradual climb on path. Waterfall worth the walk in.

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Tue Jul 24 2018

The view of the falls is very much worth the hike in! If you’re able to, get up to the second plateau to get a better view of the top of the falls (when you’re standing at the end of the trail facing the falls, turn around - there’s a steeper, root-ier climb that requires a bit more flexibility and strength than an “easy” hike). The flies were bad, but what can ya do! If there’s a walking stick offered at the beginning of the trail, use it and return it when you’re done (there were about 5 leaning against trees earlier this week).

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Wed Sep 13 2017

Nice falls

Mon Sep 04 2017

Nice and easy trail with a beautiful waterfall at the end of the trail. But I left wishing there was more to view along the trail.

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