Peter Point & Snake Lake Trail

A beautiful easy hike at the Kejimkujik National Park towards Peter Point and next to it the Snake Lake Trail, they can be combined to a nice extended walk.

Combined they are approximately 6,5 km long. You hike mostly through boreal wood and along water. The path is well maintained and easy to walk. The tour will take you about 2 hours with enough time to enjoy the beautiful views.

You will need a park permit to enter the park. At the beginning of the hike there is a small parking lot. Keep on the path there is no need to go into the woods, stay calm and take the chance to see deer and other animals.

Difficulty: easy
Distance: approx. 6,5 km
Duration: approx. 2 h


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Peter Point & Snake Lake Trail, Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia Canada — 3 Comments

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