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Loops of the BLUFF (30km)

Had an awesome day on the trail this weekend. We did 4 Loops of the BLUFF Wilderness Trail (about 30km) on Sunday. Weather was beautiful and it is hard to believe that it is the third week of October and we were able to wear shorts and a t-shirt. The Bluff is a fairly easy trail without any elevation or steep hills. The scenery is very beautiful and we experienced some great fall colors. It took us about 6 hours to complete the 4 loops including a couple snack breaks and over an hour for lunch. Not much wildlife seen; only 2 porcupines, but lots of coyote pooh.

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Bluff Wilderness Trail

Hiked all the Bluff Wilderness Trail today. Covered more than 30km of footpaths reaching deep into the interior of the St. Margarets Bay peninsula. Kasper is a bit tired after this one and my feet are sore!  In the past, we have over night on loop 2 and 3 before … and we trail run loop 1 (almost 10km) usually 3 to 4 times a week … but this is the first time we have ever completed the whole trail system.

  

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