Currently scheduled outings:
Thurs. Nov. 1 - Lawrencetown to Conrad Beach (Hike ~12 k)
We will venture along Atlantic View Trail west to Conrad Road out to Conrad Beach. This is a hidden gem in our community. This will be approx 12 km walk If you want to make it shorter you could join us at Conrad Road for a 8 km hike or at Conrad Beach parking lot for 3.5 km beach walk.
Thurs. Nov. 8 - Taylor Head Bob Bluff to Bull Beach (Hike~5k)
We will start on the main beach in Psyche Cove and head out to the headland at Bob Bluff then along Ranger Bluff to Bull Beach. This trail gives us views into Mushaboom Harbour and some of the 100 Islands. Lots of shore birds and seals
It is always cooler out here so be prepared and bring food and water.
Thurs. Nov. 15 - Musquodobit Trails Admiral Lake Loop (Hike~ 10 k)
This is a 5.5km loop trail with 5 stunning look offs. It is rugged terrain with lots of ups and downs and large granite boulders. It starts at the 1.8km mark on the Musquodoboit Trail and exits at the 2.7km mark so this adds 4.5km to your hike. It takes 4 to 4.5 hours to do the entire trail including a side trip to Skull Rock and lots of breaks. Hiking boots and poles are recommended.
Thurs. Nov. 22 - Gully Lake Protected Wilderness Area (Hike~ 15 k)
Gully Lake Trail, 10.0 km long, begins about 4 km from the Gully Lake Wilderness trail head or 1.5 km from the Van der Veen Road entry point. The trail has sugar maple, red spruce and white spruce woods, and a huge variety of lichens, mosses, and wildflowers - testament to the lack of pollution in the protected wilderness area. The trail passes many old logging camp sites, a Salmon River log brow, Small Pox clearing, a wilderness lake, many brooks, and 4 waterfalls.
Thurs. Nov. 29 - Dartmouth City Walk (Hike~ 15 k)
We will walk and explore Dartmouth, canal system and waterfront.
SATA events are open for participants of all ages and abilities and follow a relaxed pace. Events are at a relaxed pace with time for discovery and photography.Visit our Activity Calendar for all event details and new events. As always, be sure to watch our Facebook page for the most current news on outings, updates, weather changes, and event pictures.
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