Halifax Giving New Meaning To ‘A Murder Of Crows’

Halifax Gives New Meaning To A Murder Of Crows

Awe-Inspiring Nature      Possibly my favourite natural phenomenon in Halifax is the daily migration of thousands of crows in the Clayton Park area.  Their nightly congregation in the trees surrounding Mount St. Vincent University is something well known to most local residents.  I compare it to a couple of awe-inspiring natural events I’ve witnessed […]

5 Colourful Autumn Outdoor Adventures in Halifax

Fall Hiking Halifax

 Subscribe on YouTube      5 Adventures, each accomplished in 2 hours or less.  The custom-made maps are intended to be opened on your phone’s Google Maps app for use as a real-time GPS reference.  Never rely solely on your phone for navigation and always carry a compass.  It’s wise to carry an extra battery and a printed map as […]

Superb Summer Sanctuaries: Eco-Adventures From Halifax, Nova Scotia

Summer hiking, biking, paddling and biking destinations in Halifax, Nova Scotia

     When the temperature rises there’s no better place to be than Halifax, Nova Scotia with its plethora of picturesque parks, pristine lakes and preponderance of peaceful coastlines.  In this post, I’ll share my favourite hiking, biking, swimming and paddling day-trip destinations to beat the heat: Coastal Hiking Bike Routes Swimming Destinations Paddling Locations […]

Opinion Polls

halifax trails opinion polls

Past Poll Results: Best Snowshoeing Destination: 1) Uniacke Estate Museum Park 2) Victoria Park 3) MacDonald Sports Park 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.  2) Tied:  High Head Trail, Long Lake Provincial Park, […]