Trails Near Canfield Creek - Nova Scotia, Canada

Coordinate

Latitude: 45.8
Longitude: -63.66583

Nearest City
Pugwash, NS (5.1 miles away)

Canfield Creek, a river located in N/A County, Nova Scotia. Topo map of lat 45.8000 and long -63.6658. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Canfield Creek.


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  • High Head
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  • Red - Winged Blackbird Trail
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  • Gaspareaux Heritage Trail
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  • Kenomee Canyon
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Canfield Creek Photos

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