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Caution.
Fundy tides are particularly dangerous.

Bay of Fundy Route Index.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... index.html

ALLAN: Counterpart of Some waters.

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Annapolis Basin; Annapolis Royal to Digby. Online, Guide.
Ed note: Tidal reach of length 25 km.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0Basin.pdf

Brier Island. Online, Guide.
Source: Nova Scotia Government Library.
County: Digby.
Route description (loop trip): Westport, Green Head, Flat Grounds, Green Island, Whipple Point, Lighthouse Cove, Harris Bluff, North Point, Westport. Alternate terminus: Freeport.
Ed note: Consult Scott Cunningham’s book for information on hazards, points of interest and much more information.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... oute1.html

Cape Chignecto. Online, Guide.
Source: Nova Scotia Government Library.
County: Cumberland.
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park.
http://www.novascotiaparks.ca/parks/capechignecto.asp
Route description: West Advocate, French Lookout, Cape Chignecto, Green Point, Squally Point, Halibut Head, Pudsley Point, West Apple River.
Ed note: Consult Scott Cunningham’s book for information on hazards, points of interest and much more information.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... oute6.html

Cape Split. Online, Guide.
Source: Nova Scotia Government Library.
County: Kings.
Blomindon Provincial Park.
http://www.novascotiaparks.ca/parks/blomidon.asp
Route description: Scots Bay, Scots Bay PP (no link), Cape Split, Cape Blomindon, Blomindon PP, White Water.
Ed note: Consult Scott Cunningham’s book for information on hazards, points of interest and much more information.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... oute2.html

Fundy Tidal Bore. Online, Journal.
Source: paddling.net
County: Colchester.
Author: magoo_ns.
Route description: Salmon River, Tidal Bore Pond to Truro.
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?252

Halifax to Barton/Digby. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Posted also in ??
Author: Reinhard Zollitsch.
Route description: Halifax, Lunenburg, Liverpool Bay, Cape Sable Island, Cape Forchu, St. Mary's Bay, Barton/Digby.
http://www.zollitschcanoeadventures.com ... otia2.html
Notes on the 1604 Acadian Settlement on St Croix Island.
http://www.zollitschcanoeadventures.com ... hores.html

Minas Basin. Online, Guide.
Source: Nova Scotia Government Library.
County: Kings.
Route description: Gaspereau, Melanson, Wallbrook, Horton Landing, Stoney Bar, Boot Island, Eastern Bar, Boot Island, return. Alternate terminus: Road between Avonport Station and West Brooklyn.
Ed note: Consult Scott Cunningham’s book for information on hazards, points of interest and much more information.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... oute3.html

Minas Basin. The Five Islands. Information.
County: Colchester.
Five Islands Provincial Park.
http://parks.gov.ns.ca/parks/fiveislands.asp

Minas Basin. The Five Islands. Online, Guide.
Source: Nova Scotia Government Library.
Route description: Lower Economy, Read Head, The Old Wife, Moose Island, Diamond Island, Long Island, Egg Island, Pinnacle Island; return.
Ed note: Consult Scott Cunningham’s book for information on hazards, points of interest and much more information.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... oute5.html

Minas Basin. The Five Islands. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Scott Cunnigham.
The Islands: Moose, Diamond, Long, Egg and Pinnacle.
Title at source: The Five Islands: Like Pearls on a String in Nova Scotia’s Minas Basin.

Shubenacadie River. Online, Guide.
Source: Nova Scotia Government Library.
Counties: Colchester and Hants.
Route description: Fort Ellis to Maitland and Cobequid Bay.
Ed note: Consult Scott Cunningham’s book for information on hazards, points of interest and much more information.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/kayak/fundy ... oute4.html

Shubenacadie River Tidal Bore. Online, Journal.
Source: paddling.net
Author: ugman.
Route description: From near Maitland to Anthony’s Nose.
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?288