Fall is in the air, bringing crisp air and pops of yellow and red to the trees. If you love vibrant landscapes and colourful leaves, then be sure to check out our favourite places to experience fall colours in Halifax.
Pro tip: experiences can be heightened when paired with a pumpkin-spiced-anything and indie-folk playlists.
One of the best things about the Halifax region is the many distinct communities within an easy drive of downtown. The Halifax Regional Municipality is actually made up of over 200 unique communities, each with their own unique character and charm.
From Hubbards to Ecum Secum, exploring beyond Halifax’s downtown core provides visitors with a taste of the true East Coast. Take a leisurely drive to five off-the-beaten-path locations for an authentic Nova Scotian experience.
1 – Eastern Passage
Just across the harbour from the Halifax waterfront, Eastern Passage feels a world away. Continue reading
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With hundreds of kilometers of ocean coastline, the Halifax region has some of the most beautiful views in Nova Scotia.
Here is a list of 7 scenic views – in and around Halifax – that you NEED to experience:
Fall is a truly amazing time of year to get out and explore Halifax and beyond. It’s the season of crisp breezes and comforting, rich flavours; apple picking and pumpkin carving.
This is also the time of year that corn mazes crop up all over the province. Whether you take your family, a date or a group of friends, a corn maze is a fantastic way to enjoy the outdoors in the fall.
Here are 3 great CORN MAZES to check out this fall, all within a 1-hour drive from the city: