In Guysborough County, the 10km Bull Hill Road Trail is open to hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ATV riding and cross-country skiing. This scenic trail provides a view of New Harbour. From the trail head at the bottom, you can see the end. The defined dirt road in the distance against Bull Hill is almost eerie placed between the miles of Barren land and scattered granite boulders. Along the winding trail are rows of alder and lure bushes with the occasional spruce, fir, pine and maple tree. When you finally reach
the end, you can sit, relax and take in the breathtaking view of the barrens, ocean and surrounding lakes.
Directions: On the road to Larrys River (316) you will come to a stop sign. You want to turn right, left would take you to the Tor Bay Provincial Park. The trail head is 3.1 km from the stop sign on the right. It is an uphill, dirt road.
Overall, Bull Hill Road Trail is the 11th most popular hiking trail of all 13 hikes in Nova Scotia.