Do you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, or bird watching? Take in stunning views while you enjoy over 200km of hiking trails throughout Lunenburg Region. Our trails provide make it easy for hikers to immerse themselves in nature, exploring falls, ravines, and ponds. Some trails offer access via bicycles, ATV’s, snowmobiles, dogs on leash, skies, and horses. Parking is available at various access points along the trails, with some trails groomed in winter for snow enthusiasts.
Ukaliq Wilderness offers private guides, tours and treks throughout Nova Scotia as well as outdoor education and training. The unique approach to training caters to persons of all ages, outdoor enthusiasts both experienced or not. For those wishing to get out and experience Nova Scotias’ unique wilderness at its best, with one of our experienced guides - Let us know, we will put together a cost effective experience unique to your requirements, anywhere, anytime. Ready to take on the wild?…
Located just off Hwy 3 in Dayspring, this is a 5km looping trail system with interpretive stations, picnic tables, benches and outdoor washroom facilities. Trails are level, smooth and wide with plenty of parking available at the park entrance. Beautiful views of the LaHave River are an attractive feature of this trail system. Use of these trails is limited to hikers, bicycles and skiers.The trails are all level, smooth, and accessible to walkers, strollers, and wheelchairs. The inner parking…
Runs: Mahone Bay to Martins River Length: 10km (one way) Duration: 2 hours (one way) Rules: shared-use trail, expect to see OHV’s, skiers, bikes, snowshoers, walkers, dogs on leash, horses. This 10 km trail runs between the Chester Connection Trail to the East and the Bay to Bay and Adventure Trails in the Town of Mahone Bay.
Runs: Bridgewater to Queens County Length: 23 km (one way) Duration: 4 hours 40 minutes (one way) Rules: shared-use trail, expect to see OHV’s, skiers, bikes, snowshoers, walkers, dogs on leash, horses. Parking is available at access points along the trail.
Trailhead Civic Address: 140 Wentzell Road, Wentzell Lake Portion Runs: Bridgewater to Cookville/Wentzells Lake Length: Cookville Park to LaHave River Trail/Centennial Line 2.6 km Gun Club to parking lot at Wentzells Lake 2.4 km Parking lot at Wentzell Lake to Salmon Run Road 1.7 km Duration: see above Rules: shared-use trail, expect to see OHV’s, skiers, bikes, snowshoers, walkers, dogs on leash, horses.