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What to do in Nova Scotia: Taylor Head Provincial Park

Thursday, October 13, 2016 18:28
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Towards the end of September, we decided to check out the trails at Taylor Head Provincial Park.
We originally planned to hike the 2-km beach walk. As soon as we reached the beach, a mix of silver sand and large, smooth stones, Hannah stripped down to play in the water, and we wished we had thought to bring our bathing suits.

From there, we decided to continue onto the Spry Bay trail, a 4-km loop along the coastline.


The trail is well-marked and easy-to-follow, but the terrain can be challenging at times (think: lots of rocks and roots to pay attention to). That said, Hannah had no problem keeping up with us and walked the entire way.



We stopped for a snack break at one of the rock beaches along the trail (I think we all needed to refuel at that point), then continued along the rest of the trail.




It took us around 2 hours to hike the loop, including our snack break, and as you can see above, Hannah was pretty proud of herself :) Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area!

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