Hiking & Biking
Stroll, bike or hike the Chester Connection Trail that follows the old train track path and runs from Martin’s River to Hubbards. You can find an entrance to the trail behind the Old Train Station in Chester.
Walk the 8 kilometer Centennial Trail through the town and countryside, including the 470ft trestle bridge over the LaHave River in Bridgewater.
The St. Margaret’s Bay Area Rails-to-Trails system offers a 33 kilometre (20.5 mile) multi-use trail from Hubley to Hubbards. Grab a rental bike and snacks at the Train Station Bike and Bean.
For the avid biker, the Aspotogan Peninsula is a must-do—offering beautiful coastal views, quaint fishing villages, and plenty of spots for a picnic, all in the comfort of a cool ocean breeze.
Hike the walking trail – start at the Lion’s Park and walk the trails connecting to the Ross Farm Trails – access from both sites, open year round.
Mahone Bay is naturally wonderful. Walk or cycle the local trails that meander in and around this historic town.
Hike the dramatic headlands and rugged barrens in the Terrance Bay Wilderness. Trails are informal and unmaintained.
Go hiking, Prospect style. Explore the footpath or rocky shore, where you can walk, crawl and climb along gigantic granite outcrops at Prospect Village.
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