Paddle the sheltered waters of Halifax’s Northwest Arm on this activity-filled afternoon ending with a tasty North End feast!
Spend the morning and/or afternoon exploring the waters of the Northwest Arm while you boat-, house-, and people-watch from the water!
Contact the club for rental times, details and reservations.
Fun fact: The Europeans who founded Halifax thought the Northwest Arm was a river, even though the Mi’kmaq name for it – Wāgwoltichk – means “ending without a river coming in.”
After a long paddle – or a short one – it’s nice to get your land-legs back with an easy walk. Head down the shaded trails of the Halifax Urban Greenway towards Point Pleasant Park.
After a long paddle and stroll, it’s time to eat! In Halifax’s booming North End you’re sure to find something that will tantalize your tired taste buds and quench your thirst. Try one of these North End favourites:
› Tako Loko – Crazy about tacos? This off-the-beaten-path gem in the North End should be right up your alley. Enjoy their authentic tacos for just $5 each along with a cold bottle of Jarritos!
› Unchained Kitchen at Chain Yard Cider – Turn up your taste buds with the modern pub menu at this urban cidery. Be sure to sample their eclectic mix of ciders – all made with 100% Nova Scotian apples, never from concentrate!
› Salvatore’s Pizzaiolo Trattoria – Home to what is arguably the most famous pizza crust in Halifax! Try one of their New York-Italian pizzas paired with a glass of Italian wine. Perfetto!
› Hamachi Kita – Did someone say sushi & sake? Hamachi Kita has a menu full of creative Japanese and Thai dishes, and a gorgeous Hydrostone patio.