• Trail construction photo
  • Find one of the many breath-taking trails to explore in Nova Scotia. (Photo credit: Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
  • Learn more about the benefits of becoming a member of NS Trails.
  • Did you know most community-based trails in Nova Scotia are built, maintained and managed by volunteers?
  • Get involved by attending a free trail building workshop!
  • Love our member trails? Show your support by making an online donation to support trail maintenance. (Photo credit: Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
  • Make trails a part of your active, healthy lifestyle. (Photo credit: Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
  • Trails have many benefits. They are good for the mind, body and spirit! (Photo credit: Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
  • Trails provide places for quality family time and connecting with nature. (Photo credit: Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
  • Help us connect the Trans Canada Trail in Nova Scotia by 2017! (Photo credit: Celtic Shores Coastal Trail)
  • Oh what fun it is to play on trails in the winter! (Photo credit: Bettie Spence)
  • Have you been snowshoeing on the Juniper Head Trail in the Gully Lake Wilderness Area yet this winter? (Photo credit: Bettie Spence)

Youth Workshop Reaches New Generation of Trail Builders

New Germany Rural High School students took their learning outside at the November 17, 2016 Youth Trail Building Workshop, held at a developing recreation site known as the River Ridge Commons

The 28 NGHRS students were joined by a dozen students from NSCC's Natural Resources Environmental Technology program, who were on site for an ecological tour. Some NGHRS students opted to join the NSCC tour, while the other half worked on a section of trail along Ross Brook.

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