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  • Sea Kayaking in Nova Scotia: The twisting, convoluted coastline of this province is custom-made for snooping around by sea kayak. Outfitters are scattered around the province. For expedition kayaking, contact outfitter Coastal Adventures (www.coastaladventures.com) about a current schedule of trips.
  • Biking the Cabot Trail (Nova Scotia): The long, strenuous loop around Cape Breton Highlands National Park is tough on the legs, but serious cyclists will come away with a head full of indelible memories.
  • Exploring Fundy National Park and Vicinity (New Brunswick): You'll find swimming, hiking, and kayaking at this coastal national park. And don't overlook biking in the hills east of the park, or the outdoors center at Cape Enrage.
  • Cycling Prince Edward Island: This province sometimes seems like it was created specifically for bike touring. Villages are reasonably spaced apart, hills are virtually nonexistent, the coastal roads are picturesque in the extreme, and an island-wide bike path offers detours through marshes and quiet woodlands.
  • Hiking Gros Morne National Park (Newfoundland): Eastern Canada's best wilderness hiking is found in the rugged hills of Gros Morne. You can hike amazing coastal trails, marvel at scenic waterfalls, and stroll alongside landlocked fjords in this visually stunning park.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.