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The Road Down From Cape Smokey Looking South

Things to Do in Nova Scotia – 12 of the Best

Looking for a former local's take on some of the best things to do in Nova Scotia? I lived in Nova Scotia on three different occasions; in Halifax as a kid, in Wolfville just after university and in Hall's Harbour as an adult. I've also been back on numerous occasions for vacations and conferences. I think I have a pretty good handle on some of the best things to do in Nova Scotia. Here are…

The Road Down From Cape Smokey Looking South

Adventures in Nova Scotia – 9 of the Best

I love Nova Scotia for the variety of scenery, it's wonderful people and the plethora of outdoor adventures in Nova Scotia that are extremely easy to access. I know there are more - so please share your thoughts in the comments. From my post 45 Observations & Fun Facts about Nova Scotia, I know that people in Nova Scotia aren't shy about sharing their opinions. Here are 9 not to be missed outdoor adventures in Nova…

Tough Walking On This Cobbled Section Of Beach

Kejimkujik National Park Seaside Hiking

Much of the hiking in Kejimkujik National Park Seaside is superb. I loved the desolate beauty of the place - wild flowers galore including the orchids pictured below that I'd never seen before, rocky beaches, stunted trees and spectacular ocean vistas. What I didn't love was locking eyes, not once but twice with a black bear before I bolted. I'd been looking out at a wave breaking over a rock in a beautiful section of…

Lots Of Islands Filled With Beautiful Pine Trees

Kayaking Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia

If you want to go paddling in Canada, one place that is little known outside of Nova Scotia is Kejimkujik National Park in the southwestern part of the province. Kayaking Kejimkujik or discovering the park by canoe - especially on a longer trip is one of the best ways to experience the park. There are lots of hiking trails in Kejimkujik - most short and relatively easy but they're generally in heavily wooded areas. That…

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