Cape Split

The hike to Cape Split turned out to be a total of about ten miles instead of the expected eight. But we survived. Katherine seemed quite happy finally to be bouncing up and down for hours on end. I think she would like to exist permanently in motion.

It’s one of the more spectacular hikes in Nova Scotia, as you walk for miles along this narrow spit of land stretching out into the Bay of Fundy with 200′ cliffs on either side. Here’s a map (the hike starts close to Scots Bay):

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And here are a few pictures:

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2 Responses to Cape Split

  1. Heidi says:

    I love how your pictures suddenly started to include breathtaking views, nature, AND people! 🙂

    –heidi

  2. Looks like a wonderful hike–wish we could have done it with you!

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