Getting out of Halifax – Bluff

Laura, little Kasper and I needed a break from the city life and were able to duck out to the Bluff Wilderness Trail for a quick overnight.  We pitched halfway on the Hay Marsh Loop by Upper Five Marsh Lake.  Hay Marsh is about 15km in and we would complete about the same distance on the hike out the next day.  This is a great hike as it is so close to Halifax (only 10 minutes away) and because it is relatively easy terrain, you can get a late start in the day and still have a lots of time to set up camp and enjoy.

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