This is a trip I have been looking forward for a long time. My first camping trip for 2014 at Kejimkujik National Park. The day before the trip I learned they may be raining on the first day. I decided to buy myself a tarp so I can cook in the rain if needed. During my arrival, I was a few hours early before I was allowed to set up my campsite. I decide to explore the Merrymakedge Beach to kill some time. read more
I consider Cabot Trail the most beautiful place to visit in Atlantic Canada. With endless trails, a scenic highway with mountains, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, and the Atlantic Ocean, you will not be disappointed with your stay. My first time on Cabot Trail was November 2011. read more
The Skyline Trail contains a stunning view of the mountains that allows you to take that ideal panoramic shot that is well worth the walk. I would recommend bringing a long telephoto lens or binoculars to ensure that you can get the best views of Skyline Trail. read more
MacIntosh Brook is a scenic trail with a fascinating waterfall at the end. Walking the whole trail only takes 30 to 45 minutes, but I’m positive you will take a longer hike when once you begin to fall in love with the trail. For this journey, I enjoyed the scenery for two hours. I started my trip at 1:50PM with the weather at 8C (47F). read more
Glasgow Lakes Lookoff was the most challenging trails I walked on for this trip. It is recommended to have footwear you don’t mind getting wet and a hiking stick.
I started my trip at 10:45AM with the weather at 3C (37F). The trail starts off at Paquets Lake. I love the color composition when I was taking a picture of the lake. When I resumed my walk on the trail, I noticed it was very muddy.