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Trail, Water Route or Organization NameLocated In Description (Brief)
Avondale Trail System, West Hants Trails AssociationAvondale The Avondale Trail system consists of 3 trail loops: ~Westbrook Trail (blue), a 2.3 km loop with its trail head behind the Avondale Community Hall ~Mosher's Trail (yellow), a 2.0 km route accessed eit ...
Fort Sackville WalkwayBedford (Bedford-Sackville Region) From Scott Manor House, Fort Sackville, Bedford, through Fish Hatchery Park at the mouth of the Sackville River, Bedford. Then follow trail markers from Union Street to trail along the River with acce ...
Smileys Provincial ParkBrooklyn (West Hants) Smileys Provincial Park is located close to the town of Windsor and its many cultural and natural attractions. Smileys park is a pleasant mix of wooded and open areas beside the Meander River. This p ...
Mastodon Trail, Carroll's Corner Community CentreCarroll's Corner Multi-use trail begins behind community centre, continues through mature forest.
Cole Harbour Heritage ParkCole Harbour (HRM) This 174 hectare (429 acre) provincial day park was built and is maintained by the Cole Harbour Parks and Trails Association. A hike at the Heritage Park will have you meandering through the fields of ...
Salt Marsh TrailCole Harbour (HRM) The Salt Marsh Trail is part of the abandoned Musquodoboit railroad that has been transformed into a part of the Trans Canada Trail. The trail provides an easygoing adventure for hikers and bikers ali ...
Mainland North TrailHalifax Regional Municipality This power line corridor or linear park owned by Halifax is a popular walking and running route and is an Active Transportation route with greenway and natural buffers, leading to side pathways and gr ...
Mill Run Trail, Halifax North West Trails AssociationHalifax Regional Municipality This family-friendly woodland trail behind the historic Moirs building runs alongside the outflow from Paper Mill Lake, the popular swimming area, and to the dam. Return is same or a walk through the ...
Atlantic View TrailLawrencetown Our trail is a 10km crusher dust linear trail on a former rail bed. It’s a coastal greenway that passes through the Lawrencetown Cole Harbour Park system with an experience of salt marshes, headland ...
Bedford Sackville Connector GreenwayLower Sackville (Bedford-Sackville Region) This trail is a 4km active transportation route along the Sackville River that connects Bedford & Sackville. The Trail commences at the Fultz House Museum (Memory Lane) in Lower Sackville first enteri ...
First Lake Glen Slauenwhite Trail, Friends of First Lake SocietyLower Sackville (Bedford-Sackville Region) First Lake represents a wonderful natural area located in the heart of the community of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. First Lake is a large freshwater lake where you can enjoy many recreational benef ...
Sackville Lakes Provincial ParkLower Sackville (Bedford-Sackville Region) Sackville Lakes Provincial Park is a natural environment park located in Lower Sackville, Halifax County. The park offers an attractive forest setting in a near-urban environment for walking, hiking, ...
Belchers Marsh Park Trail, Halifax North West Trails AssociationMainland Halifax These natural greenway trails were built as part of Parkland contribution in the 1990's when the area was developed for mixed housing. Access is from Parkland Drive or any of the many linking pathways ...
Cabin Lake Trail, Halifax North West Trails AssociationMainland Halifax This family-friendly woodland trail behind the residential area in Royale Hemlocks features a small lake near Hemlock Ravine Park (no Park access from here). This trail travels up the southern ridge o ...
Hemlock Ravine Park Trails, Halifax North West Trails AssociationMainland Halifax This 200 acre parkland was part of the estate of John Wentworth, the second Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, and used by Prince Edward and his companion Julie in the late 1700’s. This is a great pa ...
Old Coach Road Trail, Halifax North West Trails AssociationMainland Halifax This trail, rated Fairly Easy, is a historic trail preserved in the Ravines of Bedford South housing development. The trail is lined with beautiful undulating tree cover and ferns, with small ponds an ...
McDonald Sports Park TrailWaverley (Bedford-Sackville Region) The McDonald Sports Park is situated on 130 acres of crown land and has 7kms of trails, of which 2km border scenic Lake Thomas. The main trail along the lake is the most accessible with hard crusher d ...
Reservoir Park Bike Trails, Town of WolfvilleWolfville ...