I haven’t talked about resolutions on my blog, but one of my goals is to continue to get outside as much as possible. We did a lot of exploring last year because everything was so new and I don’t want that to stop now that we’ve been here for awhile. While I’m not crazy about the cold, winter is actually one of my favorite times to explore the beaches and trails because they’re so quiet and have a different kind of beauty this time of year. I shared Duncan’s Cove with you earlier in the week and now I’m going to share three more of our favorite adventure walks that make getting out in the winter a little bit easier.
1. Atlantic View Trail – Lawrencetown Beach
Lawrencetown Beach is where you’ll find all the surfers. It’s also the starting point of the Atlantic View Trail where you can climb your way to an amazing view. This is the first hike we ever did in Nova Scotia and it’s still one of our favorites. You can see more of Lawrencetown Beach from our camping trip last summer.
2. Crystal Crescent Beach
Crystal Crescent Beach is a collection of 3 white-sand beaches. There are boardwalks connecting the first two beaches and a hiking trail that covers 10 km of wilderness each way, so there’s plenty of opportunity to explore both the coastline and the woods.
3. Martinique Beach
Martinique Beach is the longest white-sand beach in Nova Scotia and also the best place to do a little beachcombing. We’ve picked up a few things that are now proudly displayed on our book shelf, including our first and only sand dollar.
Do you have any adventures planned for the weekend?