Pembroke Lake

Inverness, Nova Scotia

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This trail is located in Inverness County, just a mile or so south of the southern boundary of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. The ride is a 20-mile out-and-back excursion that will consume all of either a morning or an afternoon. However, the network of trails you will be following offers unlimited options for both shortening or lengthening the ride, particularly for the sake of exploring some of the side trails and interconnecting snowmobile routes. Riders should be cautioned that not all of the snowmobile trails depicted on the maps of the area can be traversed in the summer: bogs, rivers, and streams cannot always be negotiated by mountain bike. For example, Snowmobile Trail 930, which is shown as a link trail to Trail 940, is not a maintained or even passable trail in the summer. Be aware that the weather can change quickly, and never ride beyond the point that you will be able to comfortably turn around and retrace you path back to the trailhead.

Pembroke Lake Professional Review and Guide

"This trail is located in Inverness County, just a mile or so south of the southern boundary of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. The ride is a 20-mile out-and-back excursion that will consume all of either a morning or an afternoon. However, the network of trails you will be following offers unlimited options for both shortening or lengthening the ride, particularly for the sake of exploring some of the side trails and interconnecting snowmobile routes.

Riders should be cautioned that not all of the snowmobile trails depicted on the maps of the area can be traversed in the summer: bogs, rivers, and streams cannot always be negotiated by mountain bike. For example, Snowmobile Trail 930, which is shown as a link trail to Trail 940, is not a maintained or even passable trail in the summer. Be aware that the weather can change quickly, and never ride beyond the point that you will be able to comfortably turn around and retrace you path back to the trailhead."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Inverness
Distance: 20
Elevation Gain: 2,000 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Season: May through October.
Trailhead Elevation: 300 feet
Top Elevation: 1,400 feet
Local Contacts: Inverness Recreation and Tourism Department, 902-787-2278.
Local Maps: Snowmobile trail maps.
Driving Directions: Directions to Pembroke Lake

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May 2018