3 years ago1,000+ Views
Kejimkujik National Park is designed as both a National Park and a National Historic Site and it a must-stop if you're in Nova Scotia. Just please don't ask me to pronounce it. With its rare old growth forests, active wildlife, and Mi’kmaq legends, Kejimkujik National Park offers an incredible hiking experience. With fifteen unique trails, the park lets visitors encounter rare species of birds, historical sites (like gold mines!), boulders and incredible trees!
I really need to plan more trips around hiking. I always travel to cities rather than more natural places but this collection and your card on Alaska has got me itching for the great outdoors.
3 years ago·Reply
Gorgeous. I desperately want to go back to Canada soon.
3 years ago·Reply
Any idea what the difficulty levels of the trails are? I'm really thinking about planning a Canadian hiking trip, especially after seeing all these pretty trails...
3 years ago·Reply
@happyrock Because this is a national park, there are trails for all levels. If you're looking for a challenge, try Channel Loop Trail!
3 years ago·Reply
@ryantadman Great, thanks! I'll add that to my list of possibilities.
3 years ago·Reply