HEARTLAND TOUR REGISTRATION


You are in he right place to register for the 16th annual Hertaland Tour.

REGISTRATION IS EASY AND THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS IT'S FREE!

You can register others however we ask that you not register anyone under the age of 17 unless you are that child's parent or guardian.

At the end of the process 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.


REGISTRATION PRIZE DRAWS

We are thrilled to be able to acknowledge that our 2022 registration prize draws are once again made possible through the sponsorship of the Wild Blueberry Producers Association of Nova Scotia. 

MOST ACTIVE COUNTY AWARD

Pictou County took the title in 2021 and a new bridge was constructed on the very popular Fitzpatrick Mountain Trail system in Scotsburn.  Again, thanks to the Wild Blueberry Producers Association of Nova Scotia the cash award going to a recreational trail project in the 2022 Most Active County competition will be $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.

YOUR 2022 HEARTLAND T-SHIRT


Our supply of free t-shirts has been committed, pre-ordering of the t-shirt is unfortunately now closed.

WE RESPECT YOUR PRIVACY

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.


REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION EMAIL & LINKS TO YOUR LOG BOOK

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.


Join us - in-person, virtually or both ways!  Get moving, stay well.

 
 Contact Information 


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 Event Information 

Please select the events that you will be participating in from the locations below.

Halifax, Saturday, July 9     view details

Road Ride (19 km) – winding with a few hills, bike lanes/paved shoulders.

Road Ride (51 km) – winding with a few hills, bike lanes/paved shoulder, one rest stop.

Walk (5 km) - at your own pace on the trails of nearby Dingle Park

Trenton, Sunday, July 10     view details

1.5 km Walk around the pond - for all of the family/all abilities on a high quality park trail.

3 km walk in the park

Hike (6 km) - on high quality trails in the park.

Long Road Ride (51 km)

Short Road Ride (26 km)

Sydney, Monday, July 11     view details

Road Ride (22 km) - featuring the Maryann Corbett Trail

Road Ride (49 km) - a loop featuring the paved Maryann Corbett Trail

Walks (1,3 or 5 km option) - 1 km on accessible trail (easy), 3 km moderate, 5 km walk or run

Youth Ride in the Park (2 km) -

Antigonish, Tuesday, July 12     view details

Road Ride (31 km) - out and back to Marshy Hope..

Road Ride (77 km) - the Cape George loop, for the more advanced cyclist with significant hills.

Walk (6 km) - sidewalk and trail - good walking surface, no hills.

Truro, Wednesday, July 13     view details

Road Ride (20 km) - for the novice or those wanting a moderate pace.

Road Ride (50 km) - no significant hills, more challenging pace.

Trail Ride (15 km) - on the Park trail network.

Walk in the Park (2/2.5 km) - forested trails.

Bridgewater, Thursday, July 14     view details

Hike from Stone Hurst Road, Blue Rocks area - 1.5 - 2.0 hours - Blue Rock Barrens

Road Ride (44 KM) - from Three Churches parking lot, Mahone Bay to Lunenburg & return

Road Ride (78 km) - from LaHave Athletic Fields, 655 Glen Allen Drive, Bridgewater - Mahone Bay to Lunenburg & return (loop)

Trail Ride (27 km), from Three Churches parking lot, Mahone Bay along the Bay to Bay Trail to Lunenburg & return

Trail Ride (51 km) - from LaHave Athletic Fields - 655 Glen Allen Drive, Bridgewater.

Walk (various distances 2-7 km) from Lunenburg Arena

Annapolis Royal, Friday, July 15     view details

Road Ride (25 km) - a more moderately-paced ride to the Habitation and back.

Road Ride (50 km) - a loop around the river to Bridgetown and back, a few hills.

Walk (2 km)

Walk (5 km)

Walk - a Guided Interpretative Walk through town.

Yarmouth, Saturday, July 16     view details

Family Street Ride (3 km) - register at Grove Rd. parking lot near the hospital at 2:00 pm. to Beacon United Church

Road Ride (12 km) - register at Yarmouth Lighthouse at 1:20 pm to Beacon United Church

Road Ride (38 km) - register at Par-en-Bas School, 11:00 am to Beacon United Church

Road Ride (65 km) - from Beacon United Church, Beacon Street, Yarmouth - loop return

Walk (3.0 km) from Beacon United Church, Beacon Street, Yarmouth

VIRTUAL EVENTS     view details

Double It Up 300

Get Up & Move

The Classic 150

The Virtual Tour 1500

Youth 60 a Day

 Consent & Confirmation 

Please review our Release and Consent Agreement and Heartland Tour Code of Conduct, and agree to the terms below.

I have read both the release and consent agreement and code of conduct, and agree to the terms.


(Please note that you will receive an email message confirming your registration)