Fundy & Glooscap Hike
2118 Hwy 329
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
Rates & Dates
DescriptionThe Bay of Fundy has tides as high as 50 feet - the highest in the world, and teems with so much life that hundreds of whales gather here to feed every summer. This adventure explores the coast in exciting ways. Begin with a hike along the Acadian dykes built to protect rich farmland from the tremendous tides. Float on inner tubes or swim in sun-warmed water near the small university town of Wolfville. Hike to a cliff-top view over the currents and whirlpools below, and descend to explore pristine beaches where agates and sparkling amethysts are the gifts of the wave-wracked rocks. Follow the shore of Minas Basin to Parrsboro, where Mi'kmaq legends tell of the mighty Glooscap’s magic. From Parrsboro, hike to waterfalls cascading off the Cobequid Mountains, or in Cape Chignecto Park. Take to the water in seakayaks, for an amazing discovery of the Three Sisters, before a final visit to the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, recently elected to the UNESCO list. This adventure takes you to less-visited parts of Nova Scotia, and teaches you about one of the natural world’s greatest phenomena. Guided Cost: $2295 (per person, includes 7 days, 6 nights, 6 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 4 dinners, museum and park entrance fees, luggage handling, full-time guide and van support, maps and route notes) Self-Guided Cost: $1995 (per person, includes 7 days, 6 nights, 6 breakfasts, ground transportation, maps and trail descriptions) Self-Supported Cost: $1125 (per person, includes 7 days, 6 nights, 6 breakfasts, detailed maps and trail descriptions)
Detailed InformationCoupon: P7326
Conditions: 2014 Available dates: May 31-Jun 6; Jun 14-20; Jun 28-Jul 4; Jul 12-18; Jul 26-Aug 1; Aug 9-15; Aug 23-29; Sep 6-12; Sep 20-26. Add your own dates.
Admission: Seven days of walks and hikes around the Bay of Fundy. Optional activities include sea kayaking and tidal bore river-rafting.
Off-season rates available