|For the hiker, head to the cliffs and
headlands of Cape Breton Highlands which is home to the famous Cabot
Trail with spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife. You can enjoy
27 hiking and walking trails in this 950 square kilometers park.
Kejimkujik National Park is for the backcountry
adventurer with over 80 percent of it accessible only by canoe or
trail. The park has almost 100 km of trail leading you into the
backcountry to many beautiful lakes with up to 44 primitive backcountry
campsites. On a clear night in Kejimkujik you will see a blanket
of stars like never before. The park is situated in the south-central
part of Nova Scotia away from any unnatural light.
If mountain biking is your thing, Nova Scotia had
something to offer every level of trail seeker from wide open, scenically
beautiful coastal trails to winding, twisting single track in the
many forests of the province. Both Kejimkujik and Cape Breton Highlands
National Parks have a number of trails available to the off road
The sea air, the friendly people and the wide variety
of outdoor adventures will keep you coming back again and again
to this coastal gem.
a good cause:
Eastern Shore Wildlife Rehabilitation & Rescue Centre