Kenomee Canyon Trail Via Devil's Bend Trail

HARD 9 reviews

Kenomee Canyon Trail Via Devil's Bend Trail is a 38.3 kilometer loop trail located near Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until October.

38.3 km
1,327 m





2 months ago

Great hike. Definitely need proper footwear. I would pack differently next time and go earlier in the day. I think the falls at the end would have been much more exciting in the spring or early summer. Definitely do it again.

9 months ago

Completed the Devils Bend portion of the trail. We did the return trip from Economy Falls. This trail is for the physically fit and to be taken seriously. There are lots of up and downs with fantastic scenery. there are also some interesting rock formations. It is really neat trail. Bring lots of water and some snacks. Enjoy.

9 months ago

In early June... hard to enjoy the scenery through the cloud of bugs. Some trees down across the trail made for a difficult time accessing Murphy Brook campsite. May have had a better time in the Fall.

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Completed this hike just two days after a tropical storm hit the area. Completed the hike in a clockwise direction. First day involved rapidly changing elevations, several fording opportunities and a very wet dog. Camped overnight at Murphy Brook. Second day the morning started off with a few thunderstorms and rain. Hiked the remained of the trail in about 4 hours with 2 more fords. The entire hike was beautiful and had some really beautiful scenery. This hike should be for physically active individuals. I would recommend having at least one person with a decent amount of hiking experience to help guide your group.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Hard trail but well worth it. We did the full kenomee canyon in 8 hrs. Wide range of ecosystems and amazing views. Couple of river crossings so be careful of the time of year so you can pass them.

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Monday, October 17, 2016