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Cobequid Eco-Trails Society

Located In Colchester County
Areas Served Fundy Region
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Phone 902-895-2007
Contact Sheila Wilson, President; Email:
Mailing Address PO Box 462 
Truro, NS B2N 5C7
Description & Services
Information Cobequid Eco-Trails Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development, use and promotion of ecologically friendly trails in Central Nova Scotia. We focus on trails for walking, hiking, snowshoeing, cycling and cross-country skiing. Through trail experiences, we encourage people to appreciate and become stewards of the natural environment. 
We developed and manage the Gully Lake Trail System in and near Gully Lake Wilderness Area. Our trails include: 
Rogart Mountain Trail (6.2 km) 
Earltown Lake and Portage Trail (5.5 km) 
Sandy Cope Lake Trail (6.4 km) 
Willard Kitchener MacDonald Trail (2.3 km) 
Yellow Birch Trail (0.85 km) 
Gully Lake Trail (10 km) 
Juniper Head Trail (3.2 km)
Categories - General Hiking ; Trail Development Advocacy Groups and Organizations
Special Information
Established 2007
Tags Fundy Connect ; Hiking ; NS Trail Guide ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; Volunteer Community Trail Groups ; Volunteer Opportunity