Short Line Trail – 237 Water St

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Running from just outside Tatamagouche to Oxford, the Short Line Trail was built on an old railbed, making it a great choice for walking, hiking or cycling. Journey out to Oxford, wild blueberry capital of Canada, and check out the shops and cafés, or park — and take a picture — at the giant blueberry for access to a family-friendly riverside hike.

Near Wallace, cross over the Wallace River Railway Swing Bridge, which used to swing to allow vessels through, then stop for a bite and a break at a local restaurant.

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Trail surface:
Gravel

Description of terrain:
Moderate – Suggested for hikers looking for new challenges. Gravel and single-track trails with some steeper inclines.

Access point:
Hwy 321, 237 Water St, Oxford

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