All episodes can be seen on Eastlink Community TV Channels 10 and 610.
Episode 1 Kayaking the Three Sisters
Explore the spectacular coastline of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park on the Bay of Fundy, home of the world's highest tides. Launching from the red sands at Spicer's Cove, the coastal cliffs become increasingly dramatic as we paddle further along the park's shoreline to Eatonville Harbour.
Episode 2 SUP on Margaree River
Exploring the stunning Margaree River on stand-up paddleboards. This episode takes you on a tour of this enchanting landscape starting at Margaree Forks where the two main branches of the river meet.
Episode 3 Martinique Beach Walk
Martinique Beach Provincial Park is the longest sandy beach in Nova Scotia. Enjoy this 5-km crescent white-sand beach, with its open and wooded areas located behind sand dunes. A long walk on the beach is one of the most sought after experiences to beat stress or the daily hustle bustle. This episode will take you there and the soothing ocean sounds will do the trick!
Episode 4 Kayaking in Rogue’s Roost
This episode begins in Prospect, Nova Scotia for a kayak trip in the incredible coastal landscape of Rogue’s Roost. A trained guide takes us through calm protected waters, perfect for beginner paddlers ending at an incredible secluded island beach.
Episode 5 Hiking Cape Chignecto
Explore Cape Chignecto, towering 180 m (600 ft.) sea cliffs rise from the Bay of Fundy, while the world's highest tides lap at the base. This wilderness park, it has 29 km (18 mi.) of pristine coastline, deep valleys, sheltered coves, rare plants, and remnant old-growth forests. This episode invites you to sit back and take a deep breath and revel in the natural beauty of our province.
Episode 6 Cycling Isle Madame
Isle Madame in Arichat, Nova Scotia is a cyclist’s haven. The area is mostly flat and provides stunning coastal views rarely seen by city dwellers. Explore Isle Madame by bicycle, a paradise tucked away from the hustle bustle.
Episode 7 Kayaking the Lahave Islands
Although there are many great kayaking locations in Nova Scotia, the lesser known waters among the LaHave Islands have some of the finest views you can ask for. The relatively calm waters make for an easy day out for a kayaker with some experience. This episode will inspire folks to get out on the water to explore Cape LaHave Island, a protected gem.
Episode 8 Sailing the Bras D’Or Lake
The Bras D’Or Lake in Cape Breton is internationally renowned for fantastic sailing opportunities and a unique ecosystem of inland salt water lakes. In this episode our crew will strategically place cameras all over a large sail boat and bring you along for a memorable ride on the water.
Episode 9 Taylor Head Beach Walk
Escape to the beach with us as we explore the incredible beaches and 16km of unspoiled coastline. Occupying a rugged wind-swept peninsula that juts 6 km into the Atlantic Ocean, Taylor Head Provincial Park is located southwest of Sheet Harbour, in the Eastern Shore region.
Episode 10 Canoeing in the Northwest Arm
Enjoy a day out on the water right in the city! Join us for some canoeing right in the heart of Halifax on the Northwest Arm and get inspired to spend some time on the water. Our cameras capture this recreational canoeing adventure and take you along for the ride.
Episode 11 Hiking the Wolfville Dykelands
In this episode we’ll share how the dykes provide a superb walking opportunity for any age, as walkers follow the dykes from Wolfville to Port Williams. Originally built by the Acadians the Annapolis Valley Dykes were built to stem the tidal flow of the Minus Basin and create fertile farmland. Today, they are still doing their job and provide a great opportunity to get outdoors and see incredible views.
Episode 12 Cycling the Salt Marsh Trail
Explore the gorgeous views along the Salt Marsh Trail as we take you on a cycling adventure. The area is flat and well-marked and makes a great day out for walking or cycling for the whole family. This is a place you won’t want to miss.
Episode 13 SUP on the Tusket River
Join us as our crew will gears up for a stunning SUP adventure capturing the sights and natural sounds of the river all around us. A relaxing trip down the river is a great escape! The Tusket River Wilderness Area protects over 20 km of undeveloped river and lake shore along the Tusket River and its tributaries, including rare plants and some old conifer forest.