Monday, January 11th 2021, 11:16 am - Hiking out to see a waterfall is typically a spring or summer activity in Nova Scotia.
By winter, most Nova Scotia falls will freeze up and still make for nice pictures, but it can also make for an icy trail only fit for seasoned hikers. This January, however, mild temperatures have meant steady flows at most waterfalls around the province.
Courtesy: Nathan Coleman.
I set out to the Delaps Cove Wilderness Trail to check out how the waterfall was looking with melting snow pouring down it.
You can check out my adventure in the video above.