Cape to Cape Trail

Upcoming Events

Our group encourages participation in our project through a variety of events. Join us for trail building activities, ladies days or come out and hike the trail as part of a group. If you'd like to add an activity, please contribute!

Fitzpatrick Mountain Trail 9km Fall Classic Hike: Sunday, October 14, 2018
Location: FMT from Millsville to Scotsburn

Leader Eric Wilson – Meeting at Deb’s Hidden Café in Scotsburn at 12noon to 1pm (Deb will feed you!)

At 1pm SHARP we will take half of the vehicles and travel to the far end of Fitz where it intersects with Six Mile Brook Trail (at intersection of New Rd #2 and Grant Rd in Millsville at the big trail intersection sign). We will then hike the 9kms back to start, stopping at Old Growth Hemlock, Two Towers and Smith Chalets Rest Areas. Arrive back in Scotsburn 4:30-5pm.

This is a pretty good walk; come prepared for it with contingency clothing, water, food and attitude. New Hiking Leader Graduates are especially welcome to help as Leader and/or Sweep.

This is an AWESOME HIKE!

You may be asked for a donation to the Cape to Cape Trail operating fund and have your membership established or renewed!

Please Pre-register with EW – ericnosliw1@gmail.com


HUNTER ORANGE A MUST WEAR!!: Monday, October 15, 2018
Location: ALL CAPE TO CAPE TRAILS

HIKERS:   THE HUNTING SEASON IS WELL UNDERWAY, ESPECIALLY AS OF 15 OCTOBER, 2018, PLEASE HIKE SAFELY BY WEARING HUNTER ORANGE AND RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF HUNTERS WHO YOU MAY MEET OUT ON THE TRAILS. CHEERS AND ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN COLOURS!


Green Hill Hike: Saturday, October 27, 2018
Location: 207 Dan Fraser Road, Green Hill Provincial Picnic Park

Please join the Cape to Cape Committee of Pictou County Trails Association for a fall hike on the Green Hill Trail. We will meet at 9:30 on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at the gate of the provincial picnic park at Green Hill at civic address 207 Dan Fraser Road. The group will hike down the steep slope beyond the park to join the Green Hill Road north of the spring, walk up the road to the spring and continue up the road to rejoin Dan Fraser Road, making a loop. This hike takes approximately 1.5 hours. Please contact Fran Wyman at fran.wyman@gmail.com to register. Wet weather will require postponing the hike.

 

For more information on upcoming events or general inquiries, please contact the Pictou County Cape to Cape Trail Group at (902) 485-5404 or email info@capetocapetrail.ca.