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Bicycle Nova Scotia’s Blue Route adds Celtic Shores Coastal Trail in Inverness County

Another trail is being added to the province’s Blue Route Provincial Cycling Network.  This weekend, the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail in Inverness County will officially be designated as a cycling trail.  To mark the occasion, cyclists will ride the trail on Sunday, starting at Troy Station and Inverness at 9 a.m.  There will be one meet-up point at 10:30  for cyclists interested in a shorter route; at either Michael’s Landing Trailhead near Judique or the  West Mabou Look Off . The ride ends in Port Hood at 12:30.
Adam Barnett of Bicycle Nova Scotia says it’s an amazing section of trail.
Bicycle Nova Scotia’s long-term goal is to have a three thousand kilometre cycling route across the province for its Blue Route.  More than 400 kilometres has been designated so far, a combination of trails and roadways.