Nova Scotia tracks

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Alaska & Canada' started by levain, Jul 19, 2015.

  1. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    Looking for some nova Scotia tracks. Dirt. Twisty pavement. Whatever.

    I'll be traveling with a heavy gs with big hunks of aluminum hanging off the sides so keep that in mind:muutt
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  2. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    Leaving soon. Anyone?
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  3. Gypsy King

    Gypsy King Wes

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    Let me know how your trip goes. I'm planning a trip from Georgia to Nova Scotia. Any tips would be welcome. Good luck!
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  4. ishirock

    ishirock Adventurer

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    make sure you go to meat cove off the cabot trail. great place to camp.
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  5. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    Indeed. Just there a day or 8 ago. 3 weeks on the road and I've completely lost track of time. Definitely worth it. Beautiful spot, and very nice proprietors.

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  6. Odinseye

    Odinseye Adventurer

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    Sorry I did not see this in time. I know quite a few routes in the Cobequid Mtns are along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy where I live. Basically the loop from Truro to Amherst along the shore is a wonderful paved route and I have actually mapped a 220km route on unpaved roads and trails along the entire shore as well.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cizzmv1TELpbUCMostCVIyIyJhg&usp=sharing

    It is mostly doable on any dual sport or adventure bike or even a 4x4. It uses all fire roads and ATV trails with a few listed gravel roads to connect but virtually no pavement. I can recommend some cool things to see in this area as well.
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