- Nova Scotia riding?
My aunt is an artist in Nova Scotia and she’s pestered me for years to get across and ride the trails, there are a few guide books she sent me on the trails in the area (check on amazon) and the scenery is drop dead stunning, not to mention the 100’s of miles of trails that look **** amazing.
Lucky bugger!.Posted 5 years agoStirlingCrispinSubscriber
I’ve cycle toured in Nova Scotia a couple of times – as well as going there on business (Kentville).
We visited Valley Stove & Cycle Store in Wolfville (about 50km from Greenwood) and I’m sure they will point you in the right direction.
While in Wolfville we bumped into a very large group of mtbers returning from a night ride (and this was back in 2000!) and the area had hosted national XC events.
PS: Take a snow shovel.
My photo album is here if you’re interested: https://picasaweb.google.com/112339208260728332643/NovaScotia2000?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCLH–4_N_dbl-AE&feat=directlink
Lots of dirt roads and ice cream.Posted 5 years ago
Looking at a move to NS in the near future. We’ll be based in Greenwood and i’m hoping there’s a few trails within riding distance, as well as some more stuff within a couple of hours drive.
Seen the routes on MTBR, but surprised there’s very little on endomondo…
Anyone had experience of the area?Posted 5 years ago
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