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West Hants Trails Association

Located In West Hants
Where To Find Us
Meeting Location: Centre Burlington Community Hall
3554 Hwy 215
Centre Burlington, NS
Areas Served West Hants
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Volunteers Wanted! Devan, President
Volunteer Opportunity If you have an interest in trails in West Hants we always welcome new members! Come to meetings to have a voice in our trail development projects, or let us know if you want to offer your time to help build and maintain our trails!
Description & Services
Information The purpose of the West Hants Trails Association is to develop and promote trails. West Hants has a beautiful natural environment with an abundance of forest, hills, lakes, rivers and coastline and therefore great potential for trails and a trail system. Already volunteer groups are working on a variety of community trails. The West Hants Trails Association was established to bring together individuals and groups interested in trail development and to support their efforts in building trails for the benefit of all. 
Specifically, our objectives are: 
-To develop and promote trails 
-To support organizations that are associated with trail development and use 
-To encourage private public partnerships for trail development 
-To promote healthy active lifestyles and environmental awareness 
Our Association currently manages two trails: 
Avondale Trail System 
Cheverie Salt Marsh Trail 
The West Hants Trails Association is a member of the Nova Scotia Trails Federation and shares their Vision that, "All Nova Scotians have access to and value diverse and well-managed recreational trails for the pursuit of: Health; Education and Environment; Arts and Culture; Recreation; Tourism and Transportation 
Dates All Year
Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month. Please contact us in advance should you wish to attend. Our meeting locations vary and we'd like you to be able to find us!
Events Calendar link to upcoming events on
Special Information
Tags All Things Trails ; Annapolis Valley Connect ; Community Organizations ; NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; Volunteer Community Trail Groups ; Volunteer Opportunity
Categories - General Hiking ; Special Interest Clubs ; Trail Development Advocacy Groups and Organizations ; Volunteer Opportunities