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The Pot Lake Loop (yellow) is heavily used and the trail surface has, to me, become unpleasant with lots of exposed roots to catch your foot. Off leash dogs are becoming an issue too. But the granite bluff at the furthest point of this first...More
This hike is just simply amazing. The view I just can not express how good it is. The trail is very rough. Not clearly marked. Climbing over rocks, trees etc will be required. You will not be moving quickly. There are three loops. Pot lake...More
The Bluff Trail seems good enough as a wilderness trail so close to the city, but:
The terrain is very rough and in wet weather would be quite mucky in spots
The many exposed roots and the rough rocky trail is really awful for hiking,...More
If you want to have the lamest hike of your life step right up. Like its nothing! Literally ZERO Bear Lairs or whimsical nature fun. We found a cool caterpillar who was pretty much down for anything but we were afraid he would die if...More
Well marked and moderately challenging trails traversing groomed areas, rocky paths, and wooded areas with tree roots. Took roughly 2 1/2 hr with short breaks for water and photos to do the first loop (Pot Lake). It was a beautiful fall day, so the views...More
The trails are well-kept and accessing it is super easy. It is real hiking, no crusher dust here. It will take longer than you think to do a loop, so bring some food and water, and definitely bring your camera. The scenery is fantastic, a...More
Great wilderness trail just outside of the city off exit 4 of the 103. We did the pot lake route took us 2 1/2 hours with two small breaks. This is not a groomed trail lots of rocks,roots and hills. Come with water, snack and...More
Great trails located just outside of halifax. Lots of possible choices to walk or hike. I recommend a good pair of shoes or boots and pack some water and snacks. The views at some points are awesome so head out and enjoy.
Cell phones may...More
Yes but dogs, or other pets, should not be running at large and should be on a leash. The Wildlife Act applies and there are endangered species in the area - both flora and fauna. (Sorry for the late reply).