Hiking & Trails: In the News

Here are some of the latest news hits in the hiking and trails world (most recent news headlines appearing at the top of this page):

Tree walk attraction closer to reality after officials from Cape Breton visit Czech Republic

Nova Scotia ramps up tick awareness with permanent signs

A for Adventure: H is for hiking in fall

A for Adventure: P is for Protecting our coastline

Hike N.S. plans more guided hikes across province

Parts of Cape Breton National Park closed after aggressive coyote attacks cyclist

Mi'kmawey Debert Cultural Centre gets provincial funding for trail improvements

Walk in the Woods: Deer can seriously injure people

Japanese beetles continue to munch their way through Halifax trees and plants

N.S. and P.E.I. have higher rates of skin cancer than national average. Here's why

N.S. to protect 684 hectares of wilderness, lake eyed by mining company

How to use a backpack comfortably this fall

Nova Scotia picks Guysborough Wilderness Area over open-pit gold mine: sources

Cape Breton residents oppose potential sale of 400 hectares of public land to copper mine

Destructive insect makes its way to Halifax area, attacking hemlock trees

Land guardians use Indigenous knowledge for nature conservation in Eskasoni, N.S.

Comeback trail in Louisbourg: Funding announced to restore Fiona-damaged coastal footpath in Cape Breton 

Reconnecting with nature and enjoying the 'peace and quiet': Why these campers love roughing it in the backcountry

Popular trail near Halifax reopens after damage from recent floods

How you walk could shape the future of biometrics: experts

Halifax-area trail may close without provincial money for flood repairs, group warns
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