These events are those of our partners and Hike NS (Hike NS events are in bold).

Please add to our events listing by submitting your event here.

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Hiking & COVID-19
In this uncertain time as society deals with the COVID-19 virus pandemic, we encourage people to still get outdoors (where possible, safe and appropriate). Hiking and walking outside is an excellent way to de-stress and to stay healthy! We urge you to hike while respecting gathering limits, practice social distancing and follow the advice of public health officials. Parks, trails and beaches are now open but there are restrictions to their use. If you have questions about trail use, please ask government directly. Thank you.

Guided Hike COVID-19 Guidelines

Fall Guided Hike Series
Find a hike near you by month or by region. Learn more here
All hikes require pre-registration - no drop-ins
September    October    November

Halifax Region          South Shore Region 
Valley Region           Fundy Region 
Highland Region       Cape Breton Region 

Sept. 11-20: Hike the Highlands Festival, Cape Breton Island
Sept. 19-20: Field Leader - Hiking course, Halifax 
Sept 23: Intro to Hiking Webinar
Sept. 26-27: Navigation Maps & Compass course, Antigonish 
Sept. 30: Trail Talk - Fireside Chat with the Accessible Adventurers

October: Hike NS Fall Guided Hike Series - 13 hikes across NS
Oct. 6: Leave No Trace Webinar
Oct. 20: Intro to Hiking Webinar
Oct. 24-25: Navigation Maps & Compass course, Halifax 

November: Hike NS Fall Guided Hike Series - 3 hikes across NS
Nov. 5: Wildlife Encounters & Safety Webinar
Nov. 14-15: Field Leader - Hiking course, Tidnish Bridge
Nov. 18: Intro to Hiking Webinar

Jun. 4-6, 2021: Hiking Summit, Chéticamp

Sept. 16-18, 2021: "Trails for All" – A Coming Together of the Trails Community in NS, New Minas

Oct. 20-22, 2021: Recreation Nova Scotia annual conference, Dartmouth

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