Nova Scotia Trails Day events this Saturday

June 5, 2008 | 2 comments

In addition to the Mabou Trail celebration happening on Cape Breton, there are at least six celebrations to take part on the “mainland”.

Here’s the list:

Annapolis County Trails’ Society Walk/Ride

Yarmouth County Third Annual Trails Day Activities

Pictou County Family Hike and Cape-to-Cape Trail Ceremony

Cole Harbour Parks & Trail Association guided walks with the Dartmouth Volksmarch Club

Woodens River Watershed Environmental Organization Hike on the Bluff

Beechville, Lakeside, Timberlea Rails to Trails Family hike ‘n bike

McIntosh Run Watershed Association – get your weekend exercise while tidying up your little corner of the planet.

Events are held between 9 a.m. and noon, with the exception of the activities in Yarmouth County. For full descriptions, meeting points and other information go to International Trails Day Events: Nova Scotia. Happy Trails!

Comments



  • This Vancouver gal would gladly hit the Timberlea “home” Trail this weekend…Not possible…

    But will look forward to August when we three sisters, Viola, Mabel and Glenna will once again take to the Trail, and remember what fun it was to “really ” hike the Tracks.,. balance on the rails, and even pick up coal!!

    Viola Longard Ganz  |  June 6th, 2008 at 12:18 am


  • Would love to be there to walk the Trail this weekend!…that is on our very own TIMBERLEA-Beechville Trail…

    Tried this, before, and nothing happened…where does this go???

    Viola Longard Ganz  |  June 6th, 2008 at 12:22 am


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