The Cabot Trail

05 NSTourism 04689The Cabot Trail loops around the northern tip of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, 185 miles or 298 km long. The trail passes through many charming communities, each with breathtaking scenery and unforgettable hospitality. The Cape Breton Highlands National Park lies along the Cabot Trail, providing world class hiking. Whilst on the trail take the time to go whale watching, visit the museums and galleries and sample some of the finest sea food dinning in the world.

Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Open year-round, Cape Breton Highlands National Park is a striking mix of natural wonders and cultural treasures. The Cape Breton Highlands, with steep cliffs and ocean views at virtually every turn, is widely considered the most striking feature of the park. When it comes to delivery outdoor adventures, Cape Breton Highlands National Park doesn’t pass up on the opportunity to further impress its visitors. From championship golf courses to hiking and cycling trails to geocaching adventures, how you choose to spend your day in Cape Breton Highlands National Park is up to you.

Sightseeing along the Cabot Trail

Some of the most spectacular views in Atlantic Canada
One-third of the celebrated Cabot Trail runs through the national park and for picturesque views, it is one of the most visited regions in Canada. Cabot Trail sightseeing is one of the most popular activities offered by the national park. Numerous look-offs provide ample opportunities to admire the striking beauty of the landscape. A park pass is required to tour this section of the Cabot Trail.

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