Outdoor Adventures in Nova Scotia
There’s a unique kind of freedom you get from being outdoors in a place like Nova Scotia. It helps you rediscover the rejuvenating power of spontaneous adventure.
You’ll feel it when you hike a rocky coastal trail and just have to stop and stare out to sea. When you paddle down a meandering river and imagine how the Mi’kmaq navigated these waters hundreds of years ago. When you round a bend on a bike trail and smile because there’s still a long way to go.
Choose a landscape, a seascape…and a normal life escape. A lot of great outdoors is packed into Nova Scotia.
Scramble across cliffs with so many fossils they’re recognized as a world heritage site. Raft the cresting waves of a Bay of Fundy tidal bore. Dive deep into history and explore a shipwreck. Or go bouldering on glacial rocks.
And at the end of the day, you can rough it in a backwoods tent or relax on a comfy B&B bed. Grill freshly caught trout over an open campfire, or let others do the cooking at an award-winning restaurant. It’s your adventure, and your comfort level.
If you get lost here, we hope it’s on purpose.