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Acadian Trail

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Justtravelling4 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Halifax, Canada360 contributions124 helpful votes
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I hiked this trail for the first time Thanksgiving weekend while staying in Cheticamp. I have hiked numerous trails, many in the park including the Skyline and this is my favourite to date. Although the Skyline has nice views, it lacked character for us and was too well groomed. This hike has everything - stunning views with well established look off points, beautiful trees, a Brook, bridges, etc. It was approx 8.4 km, and we hiked the trail from the left as it’s a loop. It took approx 3 hrs with us making a number of stops for pics etc. I recommend doing it from the left based on the views and it seemed the right side had more stumps and rocks which we found easier for the decent down. I highly recommend this trail and much preferred it to the Skyline. It’s located at the entrance of the trail in Cheticamp in by the visitor centre. I recommend going early for parking and to have some privacy on the trail, although it was not as busy as the Skyline. Also, although this trail is at a high elevation, it is a gradual climb so not too bad.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John wrote a review Sep. 2020
Lower Sackville, Canada3,610 contributions105 helpful votes
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If you are looking for a great trail this is the one for you. There are a lot of hills and very remote but had stunning views. Give yourself at least 5 hours. You go up one side walk along the mountain then come back along the other side following an stream back into the campground.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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BenLar137 wrote a review Nov. 2019
Calgary, Canada13,395 contributions688 helpful votes
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Being right next to the Visitor Centre and campground, this is the most convenient of the hiking trails in this area. But it is also a stunning experience, and we like it a bit more than the more famous and visited Skyline Trail. The views from the top are just as expansive, and the part that follows the creek up to the top is through beautiful lush forest. We consulted at the Visitor Centre, and they recommended doing the loop counter clockwise, starting at the drainage, following it up, then descending down the ridge. Quite a few were doing it in the opposite direction, but we agree with the staff, counter clockwise is the way to go. It's not the easiest hike in the world, as it does climb, but we think it would be manageable by most people given time, patience, and no medical issues.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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JFLeBlanc wrote a review Sep. 2019
Moncton, Canada3,144 contributions275 helpful votes
My wife and I came for a short walk into this trail yesterday as we were staying in the Parks Canada Camping ground. Very nice l, well maintained trail that I recommend!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Michele M wrote a review Aug. 2019
Croton on Hudson, New York12 contributions1 helpful vote
We loved the trail. There are great walks all over the trail that are well marked and maintained. The views are breathtaking. Just wish we had more time there,
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Date of experience: June 2019
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