Cape Chignecto Provincial Park hosts one of the few multi-day backpacking trails in Nova Scotia. It is quality over quantity in this case, as the Cape Chignecto Coastal Trail provides a beautiful, varied and challenging hike, showcasing the power of the huge Bay of Fundy tides. This is a backpacking trip not to miss.
Kejimkujik National Park is a little difficult to pronounce at first glance (try ‘Kedgie-ma-koo-jik’) but don’t let that be a deterrent. If you did, you’d definitely be missing out. This National Park is a paddler’s paradise. Plan a canoe trip in Kejimkujik today!
The Great Stones Way may just be Britain’s answer to the Inca Trail. For what it lacks in altitude, the Great Stones Way more than makes up for it with mysterious ancient sites, idyllic thatched villages and wonderous panoramic countryside views.
The Maple Pass Loop may just be the most breathtaking hike I have ever done. No back tracking, endless mountain vistas, easy terrain…it’s a hiker’s dream!
The Heather Trail offers a near-perfect backpacking experience with stunning views, interesting terrain and great camping facilities. If you’ve only got time to do one summer hike in Manning Park, this should be the one!
Valhalla. Majestic, mysterious and magical all at once, the name of this park alone inspires wonder. The peaks of Valhalla Provincial Park (with names…
Warm waters, protected bays, towering rock bluffs and idyllic islands framed by a mountainous backdrop….Desolation Sound is simply drop dead gorgeous.
My experience on the UK’s 100 mile long South Downs Way path travelling through farms, forests, fields and ancient settlements.
A perfect parallelogram of lakes, rivers and portages surrounded by temperate rainforest and imposing mountains – our Bowron Lakes experience plus tips and advice
Hidden in the deep green valleys of Vancouver Island’s Strathcona Park is Della Falls, Canada’s highest waterfall. An epic 80km paddling and hiking adventure, with all of the info you need to take on the journey yourself