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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, Advocate Harbour

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  • A fair climb for novice hiker through forests with stunning sea views ending at a waterfall and beach hike that must be done at low tide. The red sandstone rocks protruding onto the beach are sculptur...  more »
  • Hiked the cignecto loop starting in red rocks.spent first night in arch brook cabin.2nd night at the big bald rock cabin.3rd night at Eatonville bunk house.the views are incredible.the trail is well m...  more »
  • Enjoyed the camping and hiking. We will be back next year for some more nature walks and hiking. Thank you very much to the park rangers and employees for making our stay so nice.  more »
  • phenomenal ocean views on a 52k loop. challenging, but rewarding
  • What a wonderful park! I walked the Coastal Loop in the off-season. It took me two nights. There are heaps of look-outs along the trail and with a bit of luck you can see eagles, seals and more wild life. The trails are well maintained, the campsites small and inviting. Unfortunately, there are no campfires permitted and there no food-ropes/storages. For hiking, I highly recommend this park over the Kejimkujik.
  • An amazingly beautiful park. There is a 50 km loop you can hike as an overnight backpacking trip and it takes you all along the rocky coast of the cape. I've only done part of it as a day hike, but the section I did had plenty of gorgeous coastal views. (There are also lots of hills, so make sure to keep that in mind when you plan your hike.) One other nice thing is it's not very well known, so you probably won't see too many other people while you are out. We saw only a couple people the entire day we were out hiking!
  • Beautiful hikes and views of the bay! The views of the bay along the trail are mesmerising.
  • We only got a glimpse of the whole park as it is pretty large, but we hike in camped at the closer campsite, it was about a 10min hike in up a steep hill, the view was worth it, the sites are nice and shaded with trees and plush grass. Would recommend this place if you are not ready for a full hike in.