This site provides a comprehensive listing of trails in the Halifax, NS area with appropriate reviews and info. We try to personally explore each trail and deliver our own opinions, and users can add their thoughts too.
Colchester County, Nova Scotia has diverse landscapes and topography which provide numerous opportunities to discover the interesting natural features of the county - from the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy to the Northumberland Strait, from the Cobequid Mountains to river valleys, from Acadian forest to pastoral landscapes.
There are countless trails criss-crossing Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia. Some are informal footpaths used for generations for hunting and fishing, others are on old rail beds taken over and managed by community groups, others are in public parks. There are even water trails along the coast.
The Vermilion Trails Society, formed in August 1988, proudly maintains stewartship of the Trans Canada Trail in the Princeton Subdivision, a 113km stretch running between Brookemere and Osprey Lake, British Columbia.
Woolwich Township, Ontario boasts ten trails totalling approximately 80 kilometres. Trail use in the Township includes walking, running, cycling, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling as designated. See the Woolwich Trails Map for locations.
Headwater Trails Alliance is a nonprofit advocacy organization for trails in scenic Grand County, Colorado. Surrounded by mountain peaks and passes, Grand County streams are the headwaters of the Colorado River.
Thunder Bay Nordic Trails (TBNT) is a not-for-profit association of dedicated cross country skiers that maintains over 100 kms of trails in the Thunder Bay region, Ontario. These trails include 30 kms at Kamview Nordic Centre, 60 kms at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and 13 kms at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park.
Come explore our recreational trail system. When complete, a 33-mile trail system will connect parks, lakes, and a state preserve. Pass through prairies, woodlands, wetlands, old railroad corridors, over major bridges, and more. Located in Fairfield, Iowa.
American Trails is the only national, nonprofit organization working on behalf of all trail interests. American Trails members want to create and protect America's network of interconnected trails. We're involved in everything from training trails advocates to increasing accessible trail opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Washington Trails Association (WTA) is the voice for hikers in Washington state. WTA protects hiking trails and wild lands, takes thousands of volunteers out to maintain trails, and promotes hiking as a healthy, fun way to explore Washington.