A short drive from Annapolis Royal and Port Royal are the Delaps Cove Wilderness Trails, which provide access to the rugged Fundy coastline. The tricky part is finding the trail head, as signs tend to vanish. Directions and a brochure are usually available from the visitor information center. Otherwise, head to Delaps Cove from Granville Ferry; veer left on the dirt road that cuts steeply downhill at a rightward bend shortly before the cove. (If you get to Tidal Cove Campground and Cabins, you've gone too far.) Follow this dirt road to the end, where you'll find parking and trail maps.
Two trails lead from an overgrown farm road to the rocky coastline. My advice is to take the Bohaker Trail (2km/1.25 miles) first, then decide whether you want to continue on to Charlies Trail (7km/4.35 miles). The Bohaker is a lovely loop through woodlands to a short coastline trail. The highlight is a cobblestone cove piled with driftwood, into which a small waterfall tumbles. This is a good place for a picnic. The trails are well marked -- once you find them, that is.
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