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Nova Scotia Chowder Trail

Food Trail


What better way to taste Nova Scotia than to enjoy a bowl of seafood chowder? Every bowl tells the story of who made it and where they’re from. Take the finest seafood from the cold, clean waters of Nova Scotia and pair it with produce from its lush, fertile valleys. Nova Scotia seafood chowder is more than a meal – it’s a feeling, a memory. It’s a cozy afternoon in grandma’s kitchen or a break from the cold at the local restaurant down the street. It’s warm and comforting, much like the character of its people. On the Nova Scotia Chowder trail, discover all the unique and delicious chowders this province has to offer with 44 trail stops from Yarmouth to Neils Harbour, and everywhere in between. Follow the trails. Capture the moments. Collect the stamps. Get the prizes. What will you dive into on the Nova Scotia Chowder Trail? The Chowder Trail is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship.”

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