Posted on Aug 28, 2017
Hike NS Fall Guided Hike Series 2017
Hike Nova Scotia and 28 host organizations across the province have partnered up to offer the 2017 Fall Guided Hike Series from September to November. There are 50 hikes led by local folks and participants qualify to win “trail prizes.” Hikes are free and pre-registration is required unless otherwise indicated in the schedule. Hike NS thanks its partners for organizing the hikes on the ground as well as the ParticipACTION 150 Play List and the NS Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage for their support. Check out details in the schedule found at www.hikenovascotia.ca.
Trailgate Canada 150 Volunteer Trail Maintenance Days
Hike NS and six community trail groups will offer Trailgate Canada 150 events across the province this fall. These volunteer trail maintenance days give hikers a chance to help out their local community trail group. All equipment and guidance on trail maintenance is provided and volunteers will enjoy a “trailgate” party with barbeque and cake to celebrate Canada’s 150th. This project is funded by the Government of Canada. Events include:
-September 16 – Economy (Thomas’s Cove Coastal Trail)
-September 16 – Meat Cove (Seawall Trail)
-September 23 – Antigonish (Keppoch Mountain)
-September 30 – Halifax (Mainland Common)
-October 14 – Green Bay (Green Bay – Broad Cove Trail)
-October 14 – October 14 – Gulliver’s Cove, Digby Co. (Gulliver’s Head Look Off)
For more information, go to www.hikenovascotia.ca.
Registration for Hike NS Fall/Winter Courses Open
Registration is now open for Hike NS’s fall and winter courses across Nova Scotia. They range from how to share nature with children to Urban Poling to how to be a hike leader to navigation. The specific offerings include:Re-Connecting with Nature Workshop; Urban Poling workshop; Field Leader – Hiking Courses; Field Leader – Winter Module; Field Leader – Overnight Module; and Navigation Maps & Compass Courses. Dates, locations and costs vary, depending upon the course. Learn more and register at www.hikenovascotia.ca.
Urban Poling Clinic Sept. 9, Halifax
Hike NS and Urban Poling will offer a Quick Start Urban Poling Clinic in Halifax on Saturday, September 9 from 10 am to 12 pm in Point Pleasant Park. Learn now to Nordic Walk! The cost is $25 and participants must register in advance. The clinic is taught by a certified Urban Poling Instructor and demo poles will be available for use and for sale after the session. Learn more at www.hikenovascotia.ca.