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Cape George Heritage Trail

Cape George, Antigonish County

 

 


Rogart Mountain Trail

Earltown, Colchester County

 

 


Six Mile Brook Trail

Millsville, Pictou County

 

 


Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

Advocate Harbour, Cumberland County

 

The Cape to Cape Trail

Imagine a scenic footpath winding its way through shaded forests, over much of the highest ground in mainland Nova Scotia, across babbling brooks and opening frequently to reveal breathtaking vistas of rolling hills, the sea coast and peaceful farmland settings.  Now further imagine that this footpath travels over 400 kilometers, all the way from Cape Chignecto in Cumberland County to Cape George in Antigonish County.  This is the vision of the Cape to Cape Trail, Nova Scotia’s first long distance footpath.

 

 

The C2C Website is Taking on a New Look!

We're currently working on a new look for our website.  Please be patient while we make the transition and stay tuned for the roll out in June of 2010!

 

 

Upcoming C2C Events

Spring has sprung in Nova Scotia and trail building season is about to begin!  The events listed below are just the tip of the iceberg and more events will be scheduled throughout the spring, summer and fall of 2010.  Come join the fun and help build Nova Scotia's first long distance footpath! 

 

 

 

 

For more information on upcoming events, click here For general inquiries, please contact the Pictou County Cape to Cape Trail Group at (902) 485-5404 or email info@capetocapetrail.ca.

 

 

The partnering trail groups of the Cape to Cape Trail acknowledge the

encouragement and support received from

       

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