Ocean Route 1: Aspotogan

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A dramatic route with exposed headlands, crashing waves, a few islands and picturesque coves.

Where: South of Hubbards
Skill Level: Intermediate to expert (See optional beginner/intermediate route)
Time: Day trip
Distance: 16 km

This challenging route on the Aspotogan (or Blandford) Peninsula goes around the western headland of the entrance to St. Margaret’s Bay. The name Aspotogan is a Mi’kmaq word meaning “where they block the passageway or where seals go in and out”. Whales can also be seen along this route.

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March 14, 2013