Late Season Guided Hike

Taylor Head Provincial Park, Halifax CountySaturday, November 2, 2019 10am to 2pm

Late autumn is a special time to experience the natural wonders of Taylor Head Park. The air is fresh, cool, and clear. There are no biting insects, and lots of elbow room on the trails. Join us for a walk on the Bull Beach Trail and the Bob Bluff Trail to Psyche Cove Beach (Taylor Head Beach). Our walk continues along the beach to Powers Pond and the beginning of the Spry Bay Trail, then back to the main parking lot to finish off. Participants will have the option of a shuttle back to the Bull Beach parking lot, or you may choose to walk the Park Road back to your car. Hiking on exposed coastline in November can be cool and damp, so good boots and seasonally appropriate clothing is recommended. This walk is considered a moderate level of difficulty with easy sections. Bring snacks, lunch, and water. Meet at 10 AM at the Bull Beach parking lot. No rain date. Sponsored by Friends of Taylor Head Park Society. Contact Peter at 902-499-4114 or pmoickle@bellaliant.net; or Warren at 902-772-2207 or rosalieeast@ns.sympatico.ca; or www.friendsoftaylorhead.com