Atlantic Canada Pictures
An interestingly deformed Bay of Fundy beach, New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada.
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four Atlantic Provinces - Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador - are a step back in time, offering charming
little rustic fishing villages, relaxed and affable people, dramatic coastal views, glorious uncrowded beaches,
great rugged hiking and biking, terrific golf, horse riding and superb seafood.
St Martins beach, New Brunswick
New Brunswick is a lively little province, protected from Atlantic storms and waves by the bulk of Nova Scotia and home to a variety of warmer-than-normal Canadian beaches to suit many tastes, such as the fantastic views, birds and fossils of Cape Enrage and half a dozen excellent, full-facility family beaches along Acadian Coastal Drive including the superb rolling white sand dunes of Bouctouche beach...more
Hiking, New Brunswick.
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia is almost an island in the Atlantic Ocean; actually the most beautiful part of NS is an island - Cape Breton Island, a place to take wild walks on one of the 25 trails in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park or around small historic towns, have awesome drives on the famous Cabot Trail around dramatic coastlines, view award-winning vineyards...more
The Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia's brilliant driving/biking coast road
Halifax harbour, Nova Scotia
French River fishing village, Prince Edward Island
Edward Island offers
rolling, green and tranquil landscapes, great beaches - such as Cavendish's wild dunes - and quaintly rustic fishing villages where seafood
is naturally the mainstay of the menu. French River village is one of the most popular PEI tourist attractions while Charlottetown is a fine little historic town with a New England ambience, good walks and an excellent selection of hostelries to relax in.
PEI National Park, Prince Edward Island
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Newfoundland is a beautifully rugged coastal and mountain environment (a mini-Rockies), great for the usual hiking,
biking, and kayaking as well as salmon fishing and bird watching, and not particularly cold -
temperatures don't go much below freezing in winter on the island,
though icebergs often drift by the north coast.
Signal Hill overlooking the entrance to St John's harbour is an historic landmark but also offers a wonderful Newfoundland panorama, while the city's North Head Trail is a remarkably attractive walk...more
Kayaking in Newfoundland and Labrador.
A day boat tour around Newfoundland and Labrador. Churchill and Polar Bear Pictures.
by Hans G. Pfaff
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