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Outdoor Activities in Nova Scotia
Explore the many outdoor activities Nova Scotia has to offer on your next vacation, including whale watching, kayaking, golfing, hiking, snowmobiling and more.
Things to Do in Canada
Snowshoe in the forest outside Montreal, bike along the famed Stanley Park Seawall in Vancouver, and shop for peameal bacon on a bun in one of the world's best food markets.
Red River Beach at low tide
Red River Beach is in Pleasant Bay area on Cabot Trail on Cape Breton. You have to descend a cliff to get there- they have a rope to help you. This place is totally awesome at sundown.
Carter Island is situated about 0.4 miles north of Cranberry Island in the approach to Lockeport Inner Harbour. A light is shown at an elevation of 49 feet from a white circular tower 30 feet high, with two red bands on Carter Island. The original lighht was built in 1875 and replaced in 1930 and then again in 1989 by the present fibreglass lighthouse.
Sandy Point Lighthouse - This attractive lighthouse, which originally was built on a pier, now sits on a crib at the east side of the entrance to Shelburne Harbour. At low tide the tapered wooden tower is accessible across a sand bar. There is a sandy beach, swimming, birding and a community hall where snacks may be available. Many festivals and activities take place here in the summer, especially lobster dinners.