Moderate with Difficult Sections
The Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park includes a four-season trail system covering 25 km. There are many shorter trails that vary in length and intensity connected to the main trail.
Enjoy over 18 km of hiking and mountain bike trails along the Bonshaw River at the park. The trails are for all fitness levels from walking trails to challenging climbs. There are also picnic facilities, and a natural adventure playground featuring swings, balancing ropes and slide.
The main trail was named Ji’ka’we’katik Trail – after the traditional Mi’kmaq name for the West River. Ji’ka’we’katik (Pronounced – Jih Ga Way Ga Dig) means “the place where bass are plentiful” in Mi’kmaq.