Best Hiking in Nova Scotia

This list represents the most popular hiking in Nova Scotia. Use this list to plan your next Nova Scotia hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a 4200 ha (10,378 acres) natural environment park located ...
The trail around Abraham Lake, deep in the heart of the Liscomb Game Sanctuary, was constructed ...
Situated on the rugged eastern shore, Taylor Head is a narrow granite finger jutting more ...
Situated on the banks of the Shubenacadie Canal route, connecting Lake Charles and Lake ...
Well known to local residents and dog walkers, Long Lake Provincial Park, bounded on three ...
This is one of the most attractive inland sections of abandoned rail line in Nova Scotia. ...
Although it’s been more than 100 years since it has been used as a road, the Gaspereau ...
Do not be deceived by the short distance of this walk; it is a killer! (Maybe not literally, ...
Hemlock Ravine is considered by many to be one of the finest parks in the city. Located ...
New trails are springing up all over the province, the majority being developed by community ...
Blomidon Provincial Park is positioned on the top of a massive183 m (600 ft) cliff overlooking ...
This is a wonderful spot to hike for several reasons. With more than 18 km (11.25 mi) ...
If you like ocean, waves, sandy beaches, and seabirds, you will love this walk. An old ...
The Kenomee Trail Society has been developing paths in the Cobequid Mountains for several ...
The Charles L. MacDonald Sports Park is a wonderful network of wide, well-maintained trails ...
Climbing from near Whycocomagh Bay to the heights of the Cape Breton Highlands Plateau, ...
Once the site of the Poor’s Farm for the “harmless insane,” this 160 ha (400 ac) property, ...
The best-known outdoor recreation site in Halifax, Point Pleasant Park is always full ...
Although connected, I have broken this trail into two routes so that each may remain less ...
This trail was created not by recreational hikers, but by hunters and fishers following ...
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