|Best in Spring-Fall|
Take a break from the day-to-day routine and unplug with an off-the-grid afternoon on Halifax’s untouched Eastern Shore.
As you drive along the Eastern Shore, stop in at Uprooted Market & Cafe in Musquodoboit Harbour to pick up some freshly made sandwiches and snacks to enjoy on your hike.
Covering 16 km of stunning coastline, Taylor Head Provincial Park offers a system of interconnected trails and scenic look-offs with spectacular coastal views.
Take the Bob Bluff Trail for jaw-dropping views of Mushaboom Harbour and its many islands along the way.
Distance: 3 km
Time: 1 hour
Stop and relax on one of the sandy beaches of the Psyche Cove beach system.
Hali-Fact: The beach and sand dunes at Psyche Cove were formed by sand deposits from the erosion of glacial till and bedrock.
Stop for a post-hike pint at Sober Island Brewing Co. in Sheet Harbour, before starting your scenic drive back along the Eastern Shore.
In a hurry to get home? Pick up a growler to go!
What to bring and things to do before you go.