Explore walking routes across the urban boroughs of Halifax, including Downtown Halifax, Downtown Dartmouth, and North End Halifax, with the Halifax Urban Walking Map. Discover the region beyond the urban core with maps of Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore and Peggy's Cove Coastal Region
Halifax Urban Walking Map
Use this map to guide your exploration through three unique urban boroughs that border the Halifax Harbour: Downtown Halifax, Downtown Dartmouth and North End Halifax.
Downtown Halifax Walking Map
Downtown Halifax is the urban core of the region, home to the lively Halifax waterfront which boasts one of the longest waterfront boardwalks in the world! This iconic destination offers stunning harbour views and plenty of things to do, from beer gardens and playgrounds to farmers' markets, museums and galleries.
North End Halifax Walking Map
Halifax's North End is known for its diverse and multicultural neighborhoods, award-winning restaurants, local shopping, and thriving arts scene. Visitors will pick up on the relaxed, creative energy of the area, from the colourful saltbox houses alongside trendy craft breweries and cideries, to the historic landmarks and vibrant murals that form the backdrop of this dynamic community.
Downtown Dartmouth Walking Map
Downtown Dartmouth has become a vibrant community filled with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants, cozy cafés, craft beer and cider, patios with incredible views of the Halifax Harbour, public art and murals, beautiful parks, picnic spots, a supervised beach, and so much more. Named one of Canada’s hippest neighbourhoods, this cool and quirky borough has something for everyone.
Eastern Shore Map
Rugged wilderness, sheltered coves, salt marshes, dramatic windswept headlands, pristine beaches, heritage attractions, and the untouched 100 Wild Islands; this and so much more is what awaits you on Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore.
Peggy's Cove Coastal Region Map
Breathtaking ocean views and clear blue waters make the area’s numerous coastal hikes some of Halifax’s most popular. Most prominently, this region is known for its namesake, the famous Peggy's Point Lighthouse. One of the most photographed lighthouses in the world, Peggy’s Cove is an iconic Canadian image and an attraction well worth the short drive from downtown Halifax.
Map of Mi’kma’ki
Parks Canada worked closely with Mi’kmaq and other local groups to create this map that showcases not only the landscape of the region but also preserves its cultural significance through the translation of important place names. These names reflect hunting grounds, landmarks, fishing spots, and natural elements significant to the Mi’kmaq and indicative of their deep connection to the environment.