b'Room to Breathe 49UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve & Tobeatic Wilderness Area SOUWEST NOVA SCOTIA offers endless possibilities for your stand-up paddling adventures. The Tobeatic Wilderness Area Let us set you up for an inspiring day on the water! We have boards and will travel! Book a session With dozens of remote lakes, the Toby at your favourite waterway and we will bring the equipment to you or you can bring your group and the adjacent Kejimkujik National Park to one of our local waterways. and National Historic Site together protect 142,000 hectares of mixed woods, barrens and wetlands. Its the wild soul of the Maritimes and the heart of the UNESCO The Southwest Nova BiosphereSouthwest Nova Biosphere Reserve. Reserveseeks to achieve a balance between the conservation of our naturalThe Tobeatics interconnected lakes, streams and cultural heritage and economic activityand rivers offer outstanding wilderness through sustainable resource developmentcanoeing, angling and camping opportunities. that supports prosperous local economiesThis storied region of Nova Scotia is best and healthy communities. Visit theknown for its mainland moose, trout streams UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphereand rugged canoe routes through rocky lakes Reserve Culture, Heritage and Scienceand wild rivers. These routes and portages, Interpretive Centre.first travelled by the Mikmaq, supported a Located at: 90 Water St., Yarmouth. world-class sportmans guiding tradition through the late 19th and early 20th century. They include much of the Tent Dwellers Room to Breathecanoe route, made famous by Albert Bigelow Paines 1908 account of back country guiding and sportfishing adventures in this region. Because the region is remote, a licensed guide is recommended. Visit novascotia.com for more information.Organisation desRserve de Nations unies pour lducationbiosphre de la science et la culture Southwest NovaOrganisation desRserve de Nations unies pour lducationbiosphre de la science et la culture Southwest Nova'