Nova Scotia Outdoor Activities
Filter Result
Select City
Nova Scotia - Outdoor Activities
102
Trails
1 - 38 mi
Range
102
Hiking
18
Cross-Country Skiing
33
Other activities
Nova Scotia has approximately 102 trails, including 102 hiking trails, 18 for cross-country skiing and 33 for other activities. These trails range from 1.9 to 38.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Skyline, Meat Cove and Polletts Cove. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Nova Scotia was Michael D. who completed Meat Cove and Roberts Mountain .
Best Trails in Nova Scotia
City
Select
Activity
Select
Rating
Difficulty
Skill Level
Technical Difficulty
Physical Difficulty
Class
Length
Elevation Gain
Vehicles
Surface
Trail Type
Campsites
Additional Use
Accessibility
Features
Grade
Access
 PREMIUM MEMBER
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a 4,200 ha (1,374 ac) natural environment park on a ...
The Fairmont Ridge Hiking Trail System, constructed by the Antigonish Hiking and Biking ...
If Nova Scotia has any community that looks like an alpine village, it is Meat Cove. Situated ...
For those who like dramatic views, Roberts Mountain has much to offer. At the summit, ...
Glaciers deposited layers of gravel and sand averaging more than 12 m (40 ft) thick over ...
Money Point received its name after a ship carrying the pay for the garrison in Quebec ...
When the first train of the Cape Breton Railway made the trip from Point Tupper to St. ...
Climbing from near Whycocomagh Bay to a plateau more than 200 m (650 ft) above, the Lewis ...
This route is an informal track used by fishers that follows a river up a narrow, steep-sided ...
Blomidon Provincial Park is positioned on the top of an impressive 183 m (600 ft) cliff ...
The section of coastline between Gabarus and St. Peter’s is one of the least frequently ...
One of the best new hiking trail additions on Cape Breton Island is the Coxheath Hills ...
The easternmost tip of Cape Breton, this exposed headland shares its name with the entire ...
There are few stand-alone mountaintops in Nova Scotia, but one of these is Wilkie Sugar ...
White Point provides some of the most dramatic coastal scenery of any trail in Cape Breton. ...
Uisage (pronounced “ushka”) Ban is Gaelic for “white water,” and if you walk to the base ...
The Red Island Trail is a delight, short and uncomplicated, but offering the only coastal ...
Polletts Cove is on most people’s list of their favourite hikes in Nova Scotia. Once someone ...
In the mid-1880s, this valley was home to several families of Highland Scots, who attempted ...
Most people’s memory of the Cabot Trail includes Smokey Mountain. Perhaps it is the exceptionally ...
Warren Lake is a wonderful recreational site. The trail, following the cart track to the ...
Chéticamp River is known for its fishing; “Trous de Saumon” is French for “salmon pools,” ...
The relatively easy Skyline Trail, leading to a steep headland cliff with dramatic views ...
Load More

Find Nova Scotia Trails by Activity

Nova Scotia Trails by City