Heartland Tour Registration

Registration for the 2021 Virtual Heartland Tour is open as of Saturday, June 5.  Registration will stay open until the end of the Tour.

REGISTRATION IS EASY AND IT IS FREE (thanks to our generous sponsors)

You register for one of the five Virtual Tour Challenges - pick the one that works best for you.

To keep personal information to an absolute minimum we only ask for what we need.

You can register others.  We ask that you not register children (17 and under) if you are not that child's parent or guardian.

After selecting your challenge and answering the questions you will be asked to read and agree to our liabiliy waiver.  Once you have done that please tell us you are not a robot (wait briefly for your answer to be confirmed).

Then click the register button and you are registered.  You can then proceed to register another person.

We will send you an email confirmation which contains important information about your log book choices.


Our registration prize draws are made possible through the sponsorship of the Wild Blueberry Producers Association of Nova Scotia.  We also need to thank the Bluenose II Company Store for their cooperation, it is most appreciated.
Be a Winner, Register First  (Glen Warner is the winner)

The first person to register on June 5 (12:01 am remember) will win a limited edition Bluenose 100 Silver Dollar.  The Royal Canadian Mint has designed this stunning, limited edition 100th Anniversary silver dollar in honour of our iconic racing champion, the Bluenose. It comes in a collector's box with a certificate of authenticity and is made of 99.9% pure silver.

More Winners, be the 100th (Nancy Warnica), 500th (Kelley Goudey), 1000th, 1500th . . . to Register.

Timing is everything, last year and this year the 100th registration happened within seven hours of registration opening.  We will report on registration progress on our FaceBook page so you can improve your chances of winning.  Some lucky people will be receiving the limied edition  Bluenose 100 Silver Dollar.

More Registration Incentives - Draws and Contests

Throughout the three weeks of the Tour there will be various draws and contests.  The Nova Scotia members of the Dairy Farmers of Canada will be offering some gift certificates - they may be looking for some photos of cows - dairy cattle preferred!  Stay tuned to our FaceBook page for announcements as the Tour progresses.

Most Active County Award

Digby County took the title last year and the Acacia Valley Trails Association received $1500 for a project on their community hiking trail.  Again, thanks to the Wild Blueberry Producers Association of Nova Scotia the cash award going to a recreational trail project in the 2021 Most Active County competition has increased to $2500.  Register and ask others to join you, make your county Nova Scotia's most active and earn some cash for a community trail near you.


Any Information we do collect is used for the purpose of improving our efforts and making the Tour more responsive to your needs.  All personal information is stored on a secure server and will not be shared or sold to outside agencies.

Should you not want to submit your minutes of activity online you may choose to download the log and submit it to us at the end of the Tour if you wish to do so.

Questions?  Contact us at tc@heartlandtour.ca.


You will receive an email confirming you have successfuly registered.

This email contains important links to our downloadable log book and our new online log book.  If you wish to use the online log book we strongly suggest you save this link to your own log book.   Once you have entered your username (which is your email address) and the password we have assigned to you, click "remember me" to save both so you will not have to enter them again.  Save your conformation email for future reference.

July 10 is day one - start tracking your journey to a succesful Heartland Tour by entering your daily minutes of physical activity.  Any activity, any time, any place - it all counts!

Join us!  Get moving, stay well.