HALIFAX The Nova Scotia Trails Federation (NS Trails) recently held its annual . The Myra Canyon is so spectacular that it receives unprecedented praise in Michael Haynes’ new guide, The Best of The Great Trail Volume 2.
HALIFAX The Nova Scotia Trails Federation (NS Trails) recently held its annual award ceremony to recognize the significant contribution volunteers and organizations are making to trails in Nova Scotia. June 25 ·. kelownadailycourier. Myra Canyon among ‘The Best of The Great Trail’.
The Coast 2012-05-08). Michael Haynes opened up new territory for walkers with his Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia. and Hiking Trails of Cape Breton. He has a knack for finding places that have good paths and interesting vistas. Atlantic Books Today 2013-01-09). Each trail description includes directions for getting there, details about the trail, photos, maps, GPS coordinates, and cellphone coverage.
Michael Haynes hiked and mapped every trail and describes in detail the featured routes - from quiet .
Profiling 60 trails, including Cape Split, Brier Island, and portions of the newly created Cape to Cape Trail, this guide includes detailed maps and descriptions as well as information on getting to the trailhead, GPS coordinates, time, length, difficulty, and facilities.
Michael Haynes is Mr. Hiking in Nova Scotia. For 30 years, the Hostelling International - Nova Scotia trail guide has been the standard.
Hants County has few managed hiking and biking trails, but the new 9 Mile River Trail, near Enfield, has quickly become popular as a pleasant and tranquil site for a woodland walk. Not all of its several loops have been completed, however, and after a storm the thick spruce litter the ground with broken branches.
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Michael Haynes is Mr. Hiking in Nova Scotia. The 7th edition of his Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia sold 15,000 copies, and his eight-year series of CBC Radio spots has been so popular that people he meets on the trails recognize him by his voice. Eager to supply the best information about the delights (and possible hazards) of self-propelled excursions into the woods and mountains and along the shores of his province, he has now prepared Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia, 8th edition.
The 8th edition of Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia is completely revised and updated. More than 30 of the 50 trails are new, and 25 of these new trails did not exist when the 7th edition was published. Haynes re-hiked and updated the descriptions of about 20 trails, and he charted the current condition of 7th-edition trails. Users will find the new 8th edition of Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia as trustworthy a guide as ever to hikes long and short, challenging and easy, in all corners of the province. As well as instructions for finding each trail and descriptions of the trails themselves, Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia, 8th edition, includes maps and synoptic information on length, time, difficulty, other uses, facilities, and the correct topographical map to use.
New to this edition are trailhead GPS listings for all hikes, and, for those who carry cellphones as safety devices, information about the often-uncertain reception in Nova Scotia's mountains and woodlands. Also new to this edition are sidebars on plants, animals, historic sites, and other interesting features of the trails.