Nova Scotia Chowder Trail 2022

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What’s in a chowder? Potatoes, no potatoes; lobster, no lobster; — everyone has a favourite chowder and a different idea of what makes the perfect bowl and the Nova Scotia Chowder Trail is the perfect opportunity to discover yours.

This year, there are three easy ways to enjoy the Chowder Trail: the passport, the Good Cheer Trail website and the new Taste of Nova Scotia mobile app! Keep reading for everything you need to know.

Trail Stops

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On the Nova Scotia Chowder Trail, you get to discover all the unique and delicious chowders this province has to offer. With trail stops from Yarmouth to the tip of Cape Breton, there’s a bowl of chowder for everyone!

Take part in the 2022 Nova Scotia Chowder trail to indulge in the many chowders in our province. Click here for a full list of this year’s trail stops.


A photo of the covers of the three Culinary Trails passport covers. From left to right, there is the Good Cheer Trail passport (blue cover), the Chowder Trail passport (Gold cover) and the Lobster Trail passport (red cover)

Collecting stamps has never been easier! In addition to our paper passports and the website, you can now use the Taste of Nova Scotia app to collect stamps!

Collect stamps on the mobile app by following these simple steps:

Step 1:  Download the Taste of Nova Scotia app on Google Play or the App Store and create your profile.

Step 2:  Select “Passport” in the menu at the bottom of your screen and choose which trail you want to stamp.

Step 3:  Press the green “Stamp My Passport” button.

Step 4:  Select the stop you’re at.

It’s that easy!

Stamps can also still be collected by creating an account on the website or picking up a physical passport at any participating trail stop locations.

How to Win

*Conditions apply, see for details.


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Heading onto the Nova Scotia Chowder Trail this summer? Snap a picture of your favourite chowder and tag @tasteofnovascotia

What will you dive into?


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