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Lazy Bay Trail

Wallace Bay Trail

Located In Malagash
Where To Find Us
Lazy Bay Trail trailhead
45 North Shore Rd
Malagash, NS
Areas Served Fundy Region
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Phone 902-657-2277
Contact Tatamagouche Area Trails Association; Phone: 902-657-2277
Volunteer Opportunity We are a community-based, volunteer trail organization. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering with us!
Description & Services
Information This trail follows along two brooks and 800 m of seacoast and is a great opportunity to enjoy nature. Please do not cross any fences. Parking is available. 
Length: 3 km loop 
Time to walk trail: approximately 1 hour 
Permitted uses: walking, hiking, snowshoeing, dogs on leash 
Lazy Bay Trail is located at 45 North Shore Road, in East Wallace, just 200 metres off Highway 6, along the Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia. The trail is 3 km long with a shortcut available to those who want to hike only 2 km. Often one can see Bald Eagles soaring, searching for food. There are two brooks along the trail in wonderful small ravines with mature hardwood and softwood trees. Closed-toed shoes are recommended. One should also expect wet conditions during extreme high tides.  
Heading into the trail it is best to go right from the parking area and proceed along Waugh’s Brook towards Lazy Bay. Upon getting to the Bay you can walk about 800 m along the ocean frontage, going over several small bridges and relatively steep but short inclines. There are several opportunities to head down to the beach (not sand) along your hike. Turning back from the bay, you hike through forest and then along Clarke’s Brook toward the parking area.
Special Information
Established 2018
Tags Fundy Connect ; Hiking ; NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; Snowshoeing ; Trails ; Walking