Start your adventure in Wolfville with a hike through one of Wolfville’s many trails or plan a day trip to Cape Split or Blomidon Provincial Park!
This system is made up of approximately 2.3 kilometres of trails winding their way through approximately 50 acres of woodland.
Beginning at the Wolfville Harbour, it finds its way through Willow Park and Rotary Field then through the Sherwood Ravine to end in Reservoir Park at the east extremity of Pleasant Street. This trail system has approximately 2 kilometres of trail.
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This trail is located adjacent to the old railway tracks in Wolfville. The trail begins at Victoria Lane and continues westward a distance of 1.8 kilometres to end at Cherry Lane. The portion of trail from Elm Avenue to Cherry Lane was built with the assistance from the Kieran Pathways Society.
These trails have a direct connection with the Millennium and Mountain Bike Trails. There are 1.8 kilometres of trails in Reservoir Park, of which the majority travel around two former reservoir pond.
For a map of Wolfville's Hiking Trails: Click here
If you are looking for a day hike and a spectacular view, visit Cape Split! The 16 km trail is located roughly 20 minutes outside of Wolfville. If you choose this adventure give yourself at least 5 hours to hike out. Pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic while viewing one of Nova Scotia’s most famous rock formations. For more information visit www.novatrails.com/annapvalley/trails/capesplit
Located 15 minutes outside of Wolfville is Blomidon Provincial Park where you can enjoy 14 km of all season trails with numerous panoramic views of the Minas Basin.