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Gully Lake Trail System: Gully Lake Trail

Location
Located In Kemptown
Where To Find Us
Trailhead for Yellow Birch Trail, leading to Gully Lake Trail
1734 Kemptown Rd
Kemptown, NS B6L 6V1
Areas Served Nova Scotia
Contact
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Website www.cobequidecotrails.ca/default.asp
E-Mail admin@cobequidecotrails.ca
Phone 902-895-2007
Contact Cobequid Eco-Trails Society
Description & Services
Information This trail is part of the Gully Lake Trail System of wilderness hiking trails. Hikers are advised to read and consider the Cobequid Eco-Trails Society's Trail Users' Checklist. Hikers are to follow the path and trail markers. 
 
Length: 10 km loop, plus 3.3 km or 4 km access trail to the beginning of the hike 
Rating: "moderate" difficulty 
Trail surface: soil/footpath  
Permitted uses: hiking, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing  
 
To access the trail:
     
  • 4 km from 1734 Kemptown Road via Yellow Birch Trail and Willard Kitchener MacDonald Trail, or
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  • At the end of Fire Road at Gully Lake, or
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  • 3.2 km from 737 Glen Road entry point (via Juniper Head Trail)
 
 
Other trails in the Gully Lake Hiking Trail System: 
 
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Special Information
Tags Cross Country Skiing ; Fundy Connect ; Hiking ; NS Trail Guide ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; Snowshoeing ; Trails ; Walking
Categories - General Cross Country Ski Trails ; Hiking Trails ; Maps ; Snowshoe Trails