Word On The Street Halifax is one of many festivals that contribute significantly to the economic wealth of Nova Scotia. We do more than place writers on stage. We proudly host some of the finest talent in Canadian literature, with a strong focus on Atlantic Canada. This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary. Save the date and join in the celebrations!
Finally, the guidebook cycling enthusiasts have been waiting for: Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia brings together the collective knowledge of experienced cycling guide Adam Barnett and his peers at Bicycle Nova Scotia to bring you the best routes to cycle in the province, from the Cape Breton Highlands to the rugged Eastern, North, South, and French Shores, to the vibrant Annapolis Valley, Truro, and urban Halifax. Each route features easy-to-navigate turn-by-turn directions, as well as difficulty level, distance and duration of ride, and fun activities—like museums, hikes, beaches, and wineries—to explore along the way.
This compact, portable guidebook will find a happy home in the bike bags and backpacks of anyone who has ever dreamed of cycling in this beautiful province. Features colour insert as well as trail maps, and a full-colour fold-out map of Nova Scotia showing all routes.
Adam Barnett has spent many years exploring Nova Scotia, leading him to believe the sweetest spots are located at the end of a dirt road, and the best way to get there is by bicycle. He has worked as a cycling guide all over Eastern Canada and dedicates his time to mapping out trails and routes in order to share with others to help increase the profile of Nova Scotia as an outdoor destination.