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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

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1108 West Advocate Road, Advocate Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Great day hike

We stopped in at the Red Rocks Visitor Center and, as we only had a few hours, the friendly lady... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Rosalind P
Greensboro, North Carolina

Me and 3 other guys did the Chignecto trail , all 53 km, over 4 days/3 nights. We left on Sept 21... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Stratford, Canada
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At Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, towering 185-meter (600-foot) cliffs rise from the Bay of Fundy while the world’s highest tides lap at their base. Cape Chignecto is a 4,200-hectare natural environment park on a dramatic coastal peninsula. The park features 29 kilometres (18 miles) of pristine coastline, some of Nova Scotia’s most significant geological features, deep valleys, sheltered coves, rare plants, remnant old growth forest, scenic views, and a rich cultural heritage. We offer wilderness camping in secluded coves and ravines, while a spectacular coastal hiking trail leads visitors along high cliffs and deep valleys. Because Cape Chignecto is a wilderness hiking park, there are no drive-up camping sites.
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1108 West Advocate Road, Advocate Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Reviewed 4 days ago

We stopped in at the Red Rocks Visitor Center and, as we only had a few hours, the friendly lady suggested we take the Red Rocks beach trail (as the tide was out) then connect to the Fundy Ridge Trail and return to the Visitor...More

Thank Rosalind P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Me and 3 other guys did the Chignecto trail , all 53 km, over 4 days/3 nights. We left on Sept 21, started the hike at 1030am after checking in at the kiosk. We decided to start clockwise as a challenge. We wore 35-40lb backpacks....More

Thank Puntacanada2009
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hiked one of the trails from the beach rather than going to the visitors Center first. We did fine but I do recommend you stop at the Center and get a good layout of the trails first. There are also cabins if you want...More

Thank Stayinthelight
Reviewed 9 September 2017

The Cape Chignecto Trail came highly recommended by a friend and it didn't disappoint. We planned on doing it as a 4 day trip but read some reviews that suggested 5 if you really want to explore and have time to visit all the viewpoints....More

Thank Kimberly S
Reviewed 4 September 2017

In late august, we did the loop in 3 days with two kids (10 and 13 yrs old). We stayed in three cabins (Arch Gulch, Big Bald rock and Eatonville) along the way. The cabins are always clean, well stocked with potable water, and with...More

1  Thank 611anonymous
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Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

Nestled on the cliffs of Fundy lies some natural wonders. The trails were well maintained and easy to follow I would recommend this park for any type of hiker

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Reviewed 25 August 2017

My daughter and I hiked the cape chignecto trail in late August 2017. We started at Red Rocks visitor centre. It was low tide, so we were able to start our hike across the beach. The stairs to the trail were well marked. It took...More

Thank Cindy R
Reviewed 22 August 2017

We will definitely be coming back to this park some day! We rented a little cottage in Advocate Harbour right on the beach (Bayview Cottage if you're looking for a 2 bedroom place to stay we really liked it - only stayed one night...wish we...More

Thank zuma54321
Reviewed 17 August 2017

This wilderness park is a good place to go for hiking, camping and scenery. There are short hikes as well as multiple-day hikes, with campgrounds and cabins available for over-nighting. But check into the interpretation centre first (Advocate Harbour) to get the maps and info...More

1  Thank 448andyk
Reviewed 8 August 2017

We did not have rime to do the entire trail, but hiked about 5 miles in to the cabin and back out again. The first mile or so was on the beach and since we had a very calm day - awesome. Then the hike...More

Thank Kim B
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1 September 2017|
Response from | Reviewed this property |
Good question. 53 kilometers of trails and 4 days. we came in high off Eatonville choosing to go down from three sisters. 4 days 3 nights are pretty packed. I would give an extra day to set up and cool down around base... More
16 October 2016|
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Response from Remsheg | Reviewed this property |
I tried to post a link to answer your question but unfortunately we're not allowed to do that. If you do a Google search - can you hike Cape Chignecto in the off season - for example, you'll find the info. They even... More