Wilderness Coastal Regions of Atlantic Canada
The rugged and meandering coastline of Atlantic Canada has a unique biological, geological, and human history that rivals anywhere else on the continent and the sea kayak is an ideal means to reach many of its hidden gems. Contrasts abound: from the 100 Wild Islands along our Eastern Shore to the Highlands of Cape Breton; from the tides and currents of the Bay of Fundy to the icebergs and whales of Newfoundland.
Join Dr. Scott Cunningham of Coastal Adventures, and the author of Sea Kayaking in Nova Scotia, as he describes these special coastal areas he has discovered over years of exploring our marine wilderness on foot and in kayak.
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