September 27, 2018
After years of research, preparation, and planning we present our completed Proposed Trail Development Plan for the Seawall Trail. This document represents a major milestone for the project; it is the template upon which the trail will be constructed.
This is a proposed plan, and is subject to possible modification based upon feedback from the public, government bodies and First Nations.
Please provide us with your feedback - it is appreciated and will be considered for the final version of the document.
June 1, 2016
The Seawall Trail Society's Request For Proposals for flagging, trail alignment and the preparation of a Proposed Trail Development Plan.
It is recommended that consultants review the additional documents provided on this page before submitting a proposal.
This process has been completed, however the RFP is being left online for archival purposes and for those who may wish to view it.
April 1, 2016
A brief, two-page document that describes the Seawall Trail project, its background, goals, timelines and key considerations.
This is an early document and aspects of the project may have changed.
A detailed document that is part of the required process for developing a hiking trail in a Wilderness Area in Nova Scotia. This document gives additional details about the Seawall Trail project including: background, trail description, regional significance, community benefits, administration, development options and priorities.
This document was an early requirement of Nova Scotia Environment's Ten Steps to Developing a Hiking Trail in a Wilderness Area.
Our brochure with inset map. Please note that the route in this brochure represents a proposal only. This map represents an early plan and has changed significantly with the completion of the Proposed Trail Development Plan.
The 2013 - 2014 Annual Report for Tasmania's Overland Track. A good reference for the potential economic benefits of walking trails.