Best Cross-Country Skiing in Nova Scotia

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

Money Point received its name after a ship carrying the pay for the garrison in Quebec ...
The Fairmont Ridge Hiking Trail System, constructed by the Antigonish Hiking and Biking ...
Climbing from near Whycocomagh Bay to a plateau more than 200 m (650 ft) above, the Lewis ...
The easternmost tip of Cape Breton, this exposed headland shares its name with the entire ...
There is only one cabin campsite available in Kejimkujik National Park: campsite #37, ...
Near the end of this old road we will discover some of the remains of the abandoned settlement ...
The proposed Guysborough railway extended nearly 100 km (62.5 mi) from Guysborough to ...
One of Nova Scotia’s two “Great Roads” required for movement of troops and cattle after ...
Situated on the ocean side of North Mountain, exposed to the harsher weather of the Bay ...
The Cobequid Trail is a system of paths running through the communities of Bible Hill, ...
Kejimkujik National Park does not feature dramatic scenery. There are no towering mountains ...
This is a walk along a former rail line that has been abandoned for more than one hundred ...
There are few official overnight backpacking experiences available in Nova Scotia; the ...
Abandoned mine shafts, long narrow trenches from “snake diggin’,” and remains of mining ...
Channel Lake can be an excellent choice for a weekend hike. At 24 km (15 mi), it can be ...
Very little of the original forest in Kejimkujik survived the logging boom of the 1800s, ...
This is a trail that very few people will ever hike. It can only be accessed two ways, ...
Once the site of a lodge, Peter Point, a narrow peninsula 1.5 km (0.9 mi) long and barely ...
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