When we get a fresh snowfall and you’re looking to strap on your snowshoes and do some exploring, where is your go-to destination? Past Poll Results: Favourite Winter Holiday Destination: 1) Long Lake Provincial Park. 2) Kearney Lake Trail System. 3) Tied – Fleming Park / Emera Skating Oval Best Spring Outing: 1) Duncan’s Cove. […]
Located in some of my favourite hidden gems, meet the #HalifaxTreePeople! Learn about what natural forces have come together to create these amazing places, while taking in some of the best scenery Halifax has to offer. Don’t forget to #tag your experiences! #CharlieTheTree. Located on Charlies Lake, part of the Kearney Lake trail system in […]
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That amazing meal you had probably tasted better than it looked on your instagram feed, and no one really cares about the 50th picture of your pet. Itâ€™s time to up your Instagram game. Luckily Nova Scotia is full of amazing places for that.
By now, hopefully you have heard about the ongoing struggle to protect the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes wilderness area. This idea of being a ranger of an as yet non existent park, was the creation of local artist Jennifer MacLatchy. Back in 2013 she began the blog “Birch Cove Ranger” which is a great educational and entertaining exploration of the area. I first became aware of her work as I visited one of my favourite spots in Halifax, the Susies Lake lookoff, or “flagpole hill” as it’s otherwise known.