902-769-2345 • www.baiesaintemarie.ca Clare Activity Guide 2018 29 Watch YouTube video on local hiking trails. 34. Go hiking! The area is rich in hiking experiences, ranging from the boardwalk along Belliveau Cove (apx. 5 km) to a more rugged trail starting at Cape St. Mary, as well as the inland multi-purpose Rails-to-Trails. A festival tradition since 1990, the Festival Hike (apx. 15 km) offers stunning panoramic clifftop views of Saint Mary’s Bay. Your guide Marcel Comeau will present many interesting facts about nature! Contact: Marcel Comeau at 902-645-2001. Scan this QR code to watch a video on hiking recommendations in Clare! Picturesque Smuggler’s Cove Provincial Park sits atop stunning coastal cliffs. It features several viewing platforms, along with a set of steps that lead down to the ocean. Interpretive panels explain why the cove was an ideal spot for smugglers during Prohibition. 35. Learn about rum running at Smugglers’ Cove! Gordon Wilson Député de Clare-Digby 1287, route 1, Petit-Ruisseau, Nouvelle-Écosse B0W 1M0 Téléphone : 902-769-6683 138, route 303, Digby, Nouvelle-Écosse B0W 1A0 Téléphone : 902-245-5300 Courriel : info@claredigby.ca Colin Fraser Député fédéral de Nova-Ouest / Member of Parliament forWest Nova – 396, rue Main St.,Yarmouth B5A 1E9 902-742-6808 – Chambre des communes, House of Commons, Ottawa K1A 0A6 613-995-5711 Sans frais /Toll Free : 1-866-280-5302 Courriel : Colin.Fraser@parl.gc.ca Le Fourneau / Smuggler’s Cove ❏ ❏ Photo : Joey Robichaud