Wilkie Sugar Loaf Topo Map

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There are few stand-alone mountaintops in Nova Scotia, but one of these is Wilkie Sugar Loaf, climbing to more than 400 m/yd above sea level in less than 1.5 km (0.9 mi). This peak belongs to the North Mountain range of hills bordering the Aspy Fault but has been separated from the rest of the ridge by the deep ravines cut by Wilkie and Pollys brooks.

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Mar 2018