St Anns Bay Trail For ATV Riding

The 4th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Nova Scotia.

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In Victoria County, the 8.5km St Anns Bay Trail is open to ATV riding. This trail climbs steadily to offer a spectacular view of St. Anns. Surrounded by ash, birch, beach, maple, pine, and spruce, you will have the opportunity to watch a brook run down between two mountains into the ocean. At 2.8 km, the ocean will be on your left hand side. The trail continues beside the ocean so be aware of erosion in certain areas. At 3.4 km, you will reach a lookoff point which offers a spectacular view of North River.

The trail ends at 4.2 km. At this point you can rest for a while before turning around and heading back to your car. On the way back the trail seems like a different one because you can have a better chance to see a great view of St. Anns Bay and surrounding mountains with farmhouses nested between them. This trail is most beautiful in the fall.

Directions: Take exit 12 on highway 105 and then take route #312 to Englishtown. Begin where pavement ends or drive in a bit. The trail begins where the road deteriorates beyond driving ability.

Overall, St Anns Bay Trail is the 4th most popular ATV riding trail of all 12 ATV trails in Nova Scotia.


Local Contact(s):  NS DNR (902) 424-2297; Nova Scotia Tourism (800) 565-2627; Canadian Tourism (800) 577-2266.

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Article Source:   Best St Anns Bay Trail ATV Trails Review

Date Published:  1/3/2016

Date Updated:  8/15/2016

ID:  20167

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