Best Walking in Nova Scotia

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

  • #1 Money Point

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    St Margaret Village, NS

    Money Point received its name after a ship carrying the pay for the garrison in Quebec was lost nearby. Since then, supposedly, gold and silver coins are still occasionally found in the surrounding ...
    •  4+ hours
    •  8.1 miles
    •  Guide

    Money Point received its name after a ship carrying the pay for the garrison in Quebec was lost nearby. Since then, supposedly, ...

  • #2 Cape Breton

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    Louisbourg, NS

    The easternmost tip of Cape Breton, this exposed headland shares its name with the entire island. Peat bogs and swamps dominate the poorly drained landscape, which is almost flat and thickly ...
    •  4+ hours
    •  8.75 miles
    •  Guide

    The easternmost tip of Cape Breton, this exposed headland shares its name with the entire island. Peat bogs and swamps dominate ...

  • #3 Rogart Mountain

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    Tatamagouche, NS

    The Rogart Mountain Trail is a fine footpath exploring one of the higher points of land on the Cobequid Mountains. By itself it would be a worthy addition to this book. But what makes this special, ...
    •  2+ hours
    •  4.1 miles
    •  Guide

    The Rogart Mountain Trail is a fine footpath exploring one of the higher points of land on the Cobequid Mountains. By itself ...

  • #4 Mason’s Cabin

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    Maitland Bridge, NS

    There is only one cabin campsite available in Kejimkujik National Park: campsite #37, known as Mason’s Cabin. This is situated in the southwest corner of the park, at the narrowest point on the ...
    •  2 days
    •  23.1 miles
    •  Guide

    There is only one cabin campsite available in Kejimkujik National Park: campsite #37, known as Mason’s Cabin. This is situated ...

  • #5 Uniacke Estate

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    Mount Uniacke, NS

    One of Nova Scotia’s two “Great Roads” required for movement of troops and cattle after the founding of Halifax, the Halifax-Windsor road featured weekly stage service by 1801, with mail and ...
    •  3+ hours
    •  7.5 miles
    •  Guide

    One of Nova Scotia’s two “Great Roads” required for movement of troops and cattle after the founding of Halifax, the Halifax-Windsor ...

  • #6 Cobequid Trail

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    Truro, NS

    The Cobequid Trail is a system of paths running through the communities of Bible Hill, Truro, and the County of Colchester. In total length it comprises 16 km (10 mi) of trails. However, not ...
    •  3+ hours
    •  8.75 miles
    •  Guide

    The Cobequid Trail is a system of paths running through the communities of Bible Hill, Truro, and the County of Colchester. ...

  • #7 Gold Mines

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    Maitland Bridge, NS

    Abandoned mine shafts, long narrow trenches from “snake diggin’,” and remains of mining equipment can be found along the self-interpretive trail. This is a pleasant walk accessible to almost ...
    •  1+ hours
    •  1.9 miles
    •  Guide

    Abandoned mine shafts, long narrow trenches from “snake diggin’,” and remains of mining equipment can be found along the ...

  • #8 West River

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    Maitland Bridge, NS

    This is a trail that very few people will ever hike. It can only be accessed two ways, either by entering from almost the midway point in the 61 km (38.1 mi) Liberty Lake Trail or by canoeing ...
    •  4+ hours
    •  8.75 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a trail that very few people will ever hike. It can only be accessed two ways, either by entering from almost the ...

  • #9 Peter Point–Snake Lake

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    Maitland Bridge, NS

    Once the site of a lodge, Peter Point, a narrow peninsula 1.5 km (0.9 mi) long and barely 500 m/yd wide, projects into the southeastern corner of Kejimkujik Lake. The trail is the remains of ...
    •  2+ hours
    •  3.75 miles
    •  Guide

    Once the site of a lodge, Peter Point, a narrow peninsula 1.5 km (0.9 mi) long and barely 500 m/yd wide, projects into the ...