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    Rogart Mountain Trail

    As soon as I saw a post on Instagram about the Rogart  Mountain Trail, I knew I wanted to do it. So I set about strong arming(not really ) a good friend into hiking it with me.   Hikers are funny people . Or maybe it’s just me. If I have to walk up the hill on the road-I hate it. But give me some hilly trails and let me at them. I don’t know why. I loved Rogart Mountain Trail . The trail is a 6.3 km loop, and it’s beautiful, passing by brooks, softwood and hardwood stands, and lookoffs, including Catherine’s Lookoff which overlooks the  Dalhousie and Ephraim…

  • A beautiful sunset on the Bluff Wilderness Trail
    Backpacking,  Halifax,  Hiking & Walking

    The Bluff Wilderness Hiking Trail

        For a while, I have had this reoccurring thought that I needed to get out of my comfort zone. So when a friend asked me if I’d like to go back packing along the Bluff Wilderness Hiking Trail-I said sure. Back country camping was something I have been wanting to do, but …I’ll admit it.I was afraid of big furry beasties. Turns out, beasties were not the problem   [click_to_tweet tweet=”Let me just say this right off- the Bluff is a bitch” quote=”Let me just say this right off- the Bluff is a bitch”] It’s all la-de-dah for the first 3 minutes along the boardwalk. Don’t be lulled…

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