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.

This is one of the most attractive inland sections of abandoned rail line in Nova Scotia. ...
New trails are springing up all over the province, the majority being developed by community ...
If you like ocean, waves, sandy beaches, and seabirds, you will love this walk. An old ...
Although relatively small, Amherst Point has much to offer. Designated a Migratory Bird ...
Shortly before the provincial government acquired the abandoned rail line running between ...
This path follows the abandoned rail line on the South Shore between Hubbards and East ...
The Old Branch Road Trail, a project of the Cape Breton County Trails Association, became ...
Dividing Ingonish Bay almost equally, Middle Head, a narrow rocky finger extending into ...
In 1889, the Nova Scotia Central Railway offered service between Bridgewater and Middleton, ...
Belleisle Marsh: The Belleisle Marsh Wildlife Management Area was initiated in 1990 as ...
Few North American cities are blessed with an island wilderness in sight of their business ...
For me, one of the great places to hike in Nova Scotia in the fall has to be the ski hill ...
Scattered throughout Nova Scotia is a considerable network of hydro dams, each generating ...
Cape George was originally named Cape St. Louis, probably by Nicolas Denys, the noted ...
These routes are high quality, urban, level, walking trails, taking advantage of particularly ...
Gold Mines: Abandoned mine shafts, long narrow trenches from “snake diggin’,” and the ...
Five Islands Provincial Park includes a 90-site campground within its 452 ha (1117 acres) ...
Money Point received its name after a ship carrying the pay for the garrison in Quebec ...
If you wish to go for a overnight backpacking experience in Nova Scotia, you will almost ...
The proposed Guysborough railway extended nearly 100 km (62 mi) from Guysborough to the ...
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