The Debert ‘Paleo-Indian’ site, more properly referred to as Mi’kmawey Debert, is one of the most significant indigenous archeological sites in North America. The site dates back to approximately 11,000 years before present, a time when the last vestiges of glaciers were waning from highland areas of Nova Scotia. Debert Mi’kmawey represents the earliest human settlement in eastern North America.
Age: Quaternary (circa 10,000 years ago)
Access: Access to the site is via the 4.4 kilimetre trail, the Mi’kmawey Debert Interpretive Trail, that features interpretive panels. Entrance via 1952 Plains Rd, Debert.
GPS Coordinates: 45.413249, -63.426789