Atlantic Online Registration Walks

These walks, for which the Atlantic Director is responsible, require online registration- there is no walk box. The registration process requires some preplanning and applies to these walks only.

  1. Click here to download, print and sign a waiver/registration form (one for each person in your group.)
  2. Click below on the route and distance you want in order to download and print the walk instructions and maps. Please note: By downloading these instructions you and all members of your group are agreeing to our terms, which include signing our waiver before you start your walk.
    Click the Start Point for a map of the start point.
  3. Do the walk.
  4. Mail the signed waiver/registration form to Michele Bell, 204 Leather Leaf Terrace, Ottawa, ON K2J 5Z7 and enclose a cheque payable to CVF ($2 per person, per walk.) Insert sheets will be emailed to you).
  5. Questions? Phone Michele at 613-234-7333 or email her at or

New Brunswick

Fredericton PT128
START POINT:  Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Hotel,  659 Queen St,  Fredericton  E3B 5A6
Riverfront Trail, historic buildings, Victorian homes, Odell Park, Small Craft Aquatic Centre, Beaverbrook Art Gallery. The alternate route takes you across the Saint John River to North Riverfront Trail, Carleton Park with a view of Fredericton across the river.
Click here for 5 km – rating 1B
Click here for 10 km Route A – Rating 3B
Click here for 10 km Route B – Rating 2B

Hartland PT285 (May 1 – October 31)
START POINT:  Dr. Walter Chestnut Public Library,  395 Main St.,  Hartland  E7P 2N1
The trail takes you through the pleasant town, alongside the sparkling St. John River, out on the Trans Canada Trail and through the longest covered bridge in the world.
Click here for 5 km – rating 1B
Click here for 11 km – Rating 1B

Moncton PT048
START POINT:  Crowne Plaza Hotel,  1005 Main St.,  Moncton  E1C 1G9
This walk takes you through the streets of downtown Moncton and along the Riverfront Trail.
Click here for 5 km – rating 1B
Click here for 10 km – Rating 1B

Saint John PT246 (May 1 – October 31)
START POINT: Reversing Falls Restaurant,  200 Bridge Rd.,  Saint John  E2M 7Y9
The world’s highest tides create a unique phenomenon reversing the flow of the St. John River over an impressive set of rapids twice a day. This is an award-winning waterfront walk of a working port. There are many amenities on the route.
Click here for 5 km – rating 2B
Click here for 6 km – Rating 3B
Click here for 10 km – rating 3B
Click here for 12 km – Rating 3B

Saint John, Irving Nature Park PT170
(May 1 – October 31)
START POINT:  Irving Nature Park,  Sand Cove Road,  Saint John  E2M 5T9
The Nature Park, five minutes from the city centre, features the world’s highest tides, a rare Acadian forest, beaches, salt water marsh, varied well groomed trails, seabirds and mammals as well as excellent lookouts.
Click here for all distances – Rating 2B/3B

Newfoundland and Labrador

St. John’s PT188 (May 1 – October 31)
START POINT:  Quality Harbourview Hotel,  2 Hill O’Chips St.,  St. John’s  A1C 6B1
Take a walk through the historic city of St. John’s NL. First discovered by John Cabot in 1497 and later claimed as the first, permanent British settlement in North America by Sir Humphrey Gilbert in 1583. St. John’s has a rich and colourful history. It is the start of the Trans Canada Trail at mile “0”.
Click here for 10 km – rating 2B

Nova Scotia

Baddeck PT247
START POINT:  Baddeck Visitor Information Centre, 454 Chebucto Street, B0E 1B0
Baddeck is a small but unique village located on the shores of the Bras d’Or Lakes. The walk event includes museum properties, resort areas, waterfront, boardwalks and views of a lighthouse.
Click here for 5 and 10 km – rating 2A

Bible Hill PT 172
START POINT:  H Douglas Boyce Village Hall, 69 Pictou Road B2N 2R9
This walk includes stretches of the beautiful Cobequid Trail and tours gardens in the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus.
Click here for 5 and 10 km – rating 1B

Lunenburg PT 298
START POINT: Parking lot behind The Lunenburg Fire Station, 25 Medway Road B0J 2C0
Please note to get to the parking lot, follow the narrow road beside the Fire Hall. Parking is free. Walk in this beautiful UNESCO Heritage Site, along the streets filled with colourful buildings and along the Bay to Bay Trail.
Click here for 7 and 10 km – rating 2A

Sydney PT 059
START POINT:  Cape Breton Regional Municipality, 320 Esplanade B1P 7B9
This is a Cenotaph War Memorial Walk and visits several memorials and other sculptures that recognise the history and culture of the area.
Click here for 6 and 10 km – rating 2B

Truro PT 028
START POINT:  Goodlife Fitness, 13 Queen Street B2N 2A7
An interesting walk which tours many old houses, buildings and districts in this town known as the hub of Nova Scotia.
Click here for 5 km – rating 1A
Click here for 10 km – rating 1A

Windsor PT 183
START POINT: Windsor Community Centre, 78 Thomas Street B0N 2T0
Known as “the little town of big firsts”, Windsor is known as the Birthplace of Hockey in Canada, home to the world’s largest pumpkins AND the oldest agricultural fair in North America. 
Click here for 5 km – rating 2B
Click here for 10 km – rating 2B

Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown PT 167
START POINT:  Charlottetown Inn,  238 Grafton St.,  Charlottetown  C1A 1L5
This trail includes 5 KM in the historic downtown area. It is an easy walk, mostly on sidewalks and gravel.
Click here for 7 km – Rating 1A
Click here for 10 km – rating 1A

Summerside PT169 (May 1 – October 31)
START POINT:  Loyalist Country Inn,  195 Heather Moyse Dr.,  Summerside  C1N 5R1
The Downtown route starts on the Confederation Trail, passes by the Park, Schools, shopping centre and hospital to return to the waterfront through a residential area of the century Victorian homes.
Click here for 5 km – Rating 1A
Click here for 10 km – rating 1B