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The Great Outdoors

As one of the great wilderness areas in Canada, the Lower North Shore is the ultimate destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The abundant bird and marine life, vast and startling boulder fields and mazes of islands make this coastline a prime place to explore. The Lower North Shore offers exceptional opportunities for wildlife observation, particularly whale watching and birding. Witness spellbinding Northern Lights or an elusive iceberg, depending on the season. Paddle a sea kayak through coves, passages and inlets. Walk or hike to waterfalls, white sandy beaches, and panoramic views of the ocean and shoreline.  There are many ways to experience nature along the Lower North Shore, from back-country adventures to the observation of fascinating species. 

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