Soley Cove

‘Flowerpots and Coves’ – one of the most aesthetically pleasing stretches of our shoreline, Triassic sandstones carved by the power of the tides into “flowerpot” sea stacks, coves and caves.

Geological Formation: Blomidon and Wolfville formations
Age: Late Triassic (circa 220 million years)
Directions: In Lower Economy, at the foot of Economy Mountain, take Soley Cove Rd south for a 1.6 km picturesque drive to the ‘flower pot’. Note that parking is roadside only, for temporary viewing. Please respect local traffic and landowner access.


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