Read more about this trail: parks.novascotia.ca/cape-chignecto-hiking-trails Distance: 9 km return Time: 2 hours Level of difficulty: Easy This trail traverses across a bog, through a forest and along the coast to Port Joli Head. It’s located 25 km southwest of Liverpool, off of Highway 103. Begin at the Big Dam Lake Parking Lot and end at Lower Mersey River.The Atlantic Ocean is wild here; be wary of crashing tidal waves. Read more about this trail: novascotia.com/port-joli-head-kejimkujik-seaside Distance: 60.5 km loop Time: 4-5 days Level of difficulty: Difficult Kejimkujik is a gorgeous back-country park. Hikers should expect rough footing, narrow, boggy paths and rustic camping sites. Read more about this trail: Official Park Website Distance: 3.2 km one-way Time: 45 minutes Level of difficulty: Easy This relaxed, meandering walk offers beautiful views of the lakeshore in every season. You can merge onto Mersey trail or Merrymakedge from Meadow Beach, Jeremy’s Bay campground, or Jim Charles Point.A gracious small inn, this is Baddeck’s only waterfront accommodation with a waterside deck with perfect views of Baddeck lighthouse.Spacious guest rooms have elegant English-country and coastal décor, with muted colors and fabric accents.
You’ll meet seals, puffins, and Celtic culture along the way.Sea kayak by day, and dig into fresh cuisine from land and sea each evening.Your guides will meet you in Halifax at the Delta Barrington Hotel at AM on the first day of the trip. "the best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America" Stroll on one of Nova Scotia's well-kept secrets, a century-old seaside cart path where you might spot sandpipers, gulls, ducks and geese Hike to the unspoiled headland of Gaff Point, where gorgeous vistas of the rugged coastline await. Harbor seals do too—see them sunning at Harbour Rocks And make sure to keep an eye out for the carnivorous pitcher plant!