Nova Scotia hiking trails are great in winter season and will delight you with beautiful winter wonderland pictures. Visiting Nova Scotia hiking trails in winter season requires careful planning. To plan a trip you have to check on weather, road conditions, accessibility of the hiking trail. If hiking alone it is a good idea to let somebody know when and where you are going. To take great winter wonderland pictures you have to make sure that you camera is ready and will work in cold winter weather. FPImages shares 20 nature photography winter pictures of a hiking trail in Sackville, Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia hiking trails have many resources available online. Some of the best are Trails Nova Scotia and Hike Nova Scotia. Winter weather is best checked at Environment Canada site that offers comprehensive forecast with radar and satellite images. Nova Scotia hiking trails look great in any weather but they are especially spectacular after a winter storm. So when you plan a trip, plan it right after the storm has passed, roads are clear and it is safe to go. Then the nature will present itself in all raw beauty and you will have excellent hiking trail winter wonderland pictures in your photo gallery.
Nova Scotia hiking trails will look great as nature wallpaper on your desktop. Nature always has a positive effect on us, looking at this beautiful winter desktop wallpaper will bring good memories and will make your day better. Winter pictures are also very cool to look at in the summer. As mentioned before in order to take good winter wonderland pictures you have to make sure that your camera battery is well charged. If you plan a trip that will last longer than couple of hours in cold weather it is better to bring a spare battery and keep it warm. Make sure you have comfortable and easy to use camera bag where you can hide it from the freezing winter weather.
Other winter hiking tips relate to personal items such as boots and clothing. Without proper hiking gear you may not enjoy this winter experience at all. Winter hiking trails are challenging, they are slippery and may have semi-frozen sections that can get your feet wet. Please, make sure you wear appropriate winter hiking boots. A pair of hiking poles will help you enjoy the winter hiking trail even more. Winter nature photography will require that you wear fingerless gloves. Make sure that the palm of the glove has some kind of leather, because knitted or fabric gloves do not provide the grip needed to hold the camera.
These winter season nature images were taken at First Lake hiking trail in Sackville, Nova Scotia. This hiking trail is close to 102 highway. When coming from direction of Sackville follow Cobequid road until you pass Cobequid road baptist church. After a little while take First Lake drive to your left. There is parking available on the side of the road. The start of the trail has information boards with hiking trail map.
08.11.2015 by FPImages