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a lot of trees!

We drove from Amherst to Advocate Harbour to Parrsboro to Economy on the Glooscap Trail. We were... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
KBN_Guelph
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parsbouro town

went to Parsborough town great place quaint seen some beautiful sights along the way a must to see... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2016
Bev Y
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We drove from Amherst to Advocate Harbour to Parrsboro to Economy on the Glooscap Trail. We were hoping for glimpses of water but for most of the way the road was lined with trees. We dropped into the fossil museum at Joggins but after wasting...More

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Reviewed 5 October 2017

My husband and I drove the Glooscap Trail from Truro down to Windsor in late August. The weather was gorgeous and the scenery was beautiful. There are lots of places you can stop along this path for hiking or picnicking - Burntcoat/Walton/Summerville - or you...More

1  Thank Julie B
Reviewed 6 July 2017

A phenomenal walk on the ocean floor with great photographic opportunities. This was as outstanding as we had hoped it would be. ....so impressive and a nice walk on the tidal floor.

3  Thank jdlcbl
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

We travelled the road from Truro to wolfville in July with our trailer. The road is drive-able but not in the best shape. Would not have taken it in a big bus rv. When we visited the Walton lighthouse we were told they were suppose...More

1  Thank Bill2013bob
Reviewed 2 August 2016

went to Parsborough town great place quaint seen some beautiful sights along the way a must to see very friendly people and great food

Thank Bev Y
Reviewed 14 August 2015 via mobile

The road has many twists and turns yes, but the points along the trail are awesome! Burntcoat head park is in my opinion a must see!! Coming through this area of coast is beautiful... take your time and all will be fine..

1  Thank canajian1
Reviewed 2 January 2015

We took the part of this road that runs from Noel (Burncoat Head) to Maitland. Most of the way the pavement was rough, and since the road doesn't run very close to the coast for that stretch, the scenery was nothing special. Burncoat Head is...More

5  Thank West52
Reviewed 3 April 2010

The Glooscap Trail follows the shores of the Minos Basin and the upper Bay of Fundy into Chignecto Bay. Part of the road, the 215 is litle used and in fairly rough shape, although some paving has been done recently. The main part of the...More

11  Thank kayakdover
Reviewed 2 July 2009

I traveled part of the Glooscap Trail in late June 2009. The condition of the road ranged from bad to terrible. I don't dispute the attraction of sights and places along the way but travelers really need to know that the road (rte 215) is...More

1  Thank vermonter54
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