Bike big or bike small
Paved and gravel, 3km. Starting at Alderney Landing, this stretch of trail runs from Alderney Ferry Terminal to Woodside Terminal.
Shearwater Flyer Trail
Gravel, 6.5km. Starts on Department of National Defense lands in Shearwater and connects with the Salt Marsh Trail.
Salt Marsh Trail
Gravel, 7km. Starts at the Cole Harbour Heritage Park on Bissett Road, tougher on windy days but no hills.
Rum Runners Trail
Gravel, 123km. Connects Halifax to Lunenburg— not for the faint of heart, but sections of this trail are worth tackling a little at a time.
Chain of Lakes Trail
Paved, 7.3km. The first part of the Rum Runners Trail starts across the road from the Atlantic Superstore on Joseph Howe. Winds its way to Beechville where the BLT trail starts.
Gravel, 13km. Starts in Beechville on Lakeside Park Drive, part of the Rum Runners Trail.
St. Margarets Bay Trail
Gravel, 32km. Follows the BLT trail on the Rum Runner’s Trail and is worth taking to get to the Bike and Bean Cafe.
Road and gravel, 81.9km. Recently got a wider shoulder added, and part of the journey runs along the BLT Trail.
Road, 48.9km. Pretty hilly, loop starts and ends at Chocolate Lake (perfect for a post-ride swim).