Dale Dunlop's long-established bestseller, Exploring Nova Scotia, is a bible for people who like to get out and explore. In this new book Dale and his co-adventurer, Ryan Barry, focus on adventures within easy day-tripping distance of the city centre -- and sometimes right in the city itself. From hikes across the Barrens to Polly's Cove with views of Peggy's Cove few have seen, to mountain biking a beautiful series of trails at Spider Lake, Haligonians and visitors alike will be amazed at how much there is to discover near at hand. Included is a new spot to cross-country ski with a chance to ice fish at the end of the trail at Jerry Lawrence Park, and a kayak route through wilderness areas to see stunning vistas of the Atlantic coast at Shut-In Island.
Dale Dunlop and Ryan Barry offer the inside scoop along with detailed information about how to find each location, stunning full-colour photography and tips about what to bring with you. Also included are GPS co-ordinates, cell phone coverage details and easy to understand graphics indicating level of difficulty and type of adventure.
DALE DUNLOP has logged hundreds of thousands of kilometres in Nova Scotia over the past two decades searching out and writing about the adventures and experiences he finds. He is the author of Exploring Nova Scotia, currently in its seventh edition.
RYAN BARRY turned his passion for Nova Scotia's outdoors into a growing eco-tourism business called Great E.A.R.T.H. Expeditions, where he takes locals and visitors alike on adventures all around the province.