Welcome to the Avon Trail Tales Newsletter, Issue 4 of 2020. There is a chill in the air. Fall is with us. The Trail beckons. Tuesday morning rambles have started once again. Where possible, volunteer monitors are completing a third sweep. Grasses have been trimmed in places. Blazes have been refreshed too. See the hiking rules as outlined on the Avon Trail home page. Enjoy the trail.
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Avon Trail Board Message September 2020
- The Bamberg Bridge – A Unique Story
- ONDAGO Updated Now
- Bridge Blessing
- What You Get When Hiking the Avon Trail
Hiking Story from Afar
When traveling through Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island by car, as Cindy and I did when travel was allowed in the distance past (2019), we discovered opportunities for hiking adventures.
Each hike we chose were under 15 kilometers in length. Each hiking trail selected provided us with a unique landscape. All were fun with the temperatures in the mid 20s and no rain. Hurrah. And no bugs!
Here I provide a recap of hikes in Nova Scotia and PEI, the trails and what you could expect should you find the opportunity to embark on these same trails. Tom Kimber
- Nova Scotia, Cape Split Provincial Park Reserve
- Nova Scotia, Cape Jourimain
- Nova Scotia, Celtic Music Center
- Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Highland National Park
- PEI Island Trails – Breadabaine Nature Trail