Shearwater Flyer

Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Abandoned rail lines converted into recreational pathways, such as the Shearwater Flyer, are often named for their most prominent natural feature. Examples within the Halifax Regional Municipality include the Salt Marsh Trail, the Musquodoboit Rail Trail (named after the river), and the St. Margaret’s Bay Rails to Trails. But I have never found anywhere else in the world where a trail has been named for a football club.

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"Abandoned rail lines converted into recreational pathways, such as the Shearwater Flyer, are often named for their most prominent natural feature.

Examples within the Halifax Regional Municipality include the Salt Marsh Trail, the Musquodoboit Rail Trail (named after the river), and the St. Margaret’s Bay Rails to Trails. But I have never found anywhere else in the world where a trail has been named for a football club."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Halifax
Distance: 6.25
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 2-3 hours e
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to Shearwater Flyer

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May 2018