These Kings County Trails are approximately 10 km long over privatly owned land and are open year round. It will take you approximately three hours to complete all of these interconnecting loops. The outer loop is 6 km long and the inner loop is 4 km long.
The trail travels along the side of the North Mountain and up to an elevation of 700 feet. During the trail you will go through mixed forest, a Christmas tree farm, by a waterfall, and to a look off with a picnic table. Click Here for a map of the trail system.
Extra caution, including wearing bright orange clothers, should be used when on the trails during hunting season.
To get here take Bligh Road north at the flashing light in Woodville off of highway 221. The road will have two sharp turns and the trail head will be about 600 m from there on your right. You may park along the side of the dirt road.
The Annapolis Valley Mountain Bike Association is a group of dedicated volunteers working to build and maintain sustainable trails in the Annapolis Valley, and act as a positive voice for Mountain Biking.
The AVMBA has hosted two mountain bike races and group rides at the WHT (including the 2009 Nova Scotia Provincial Cross-Country Championship), Funds raised were used to finance the mapping,signing, and insuring the Woodville Hiking Trails. AVMBA volunteers provide frequent maintenance of the trail system.