Devil’s hill is one of the few trails where the falls are near the beginning of the hike.  The trail, part of the old Devil’s Hill Road, which connected Louisbourg to the Mira River got it’s name from a tale of a man who was coming home from a...
Near Lake Ainslie, the largest fresh water lake in all of Cape Breton, lies Egypt Falls. It may also be listed as Piper’s Glen in some hiking books. The falls were originally called Appin Falls, named after the Steward family of Appin, Scotland, wh...
Irish Cove is a small roadside picnic park on a hill overlooking Bras d’Or Lake on Cape Breton Island (Route 4, 32 km / 20 mi northeast of St Peter’s). Some tables are sheltered. Other park activities include bird watching and observing the area...
Island View (known to the local community as MacIntosh Falls) is located just outside of the village of Eskasoni, one of the several Mi’kmaw reserves located on Cape Breton. The Eskasoni reserve is a wealth of information and culture. There are man...
5 km (3 mi) east of the junction of Rtes 320 and 206. Tables scattered through a forest and open areas; saltwater beach; 2 km trails. An operating lighthouse to explore....
Located just off the northern portion of the Cabot Trail, White Point was once a busy little place. By 1922 it was home to a lobster factory, church, school and a sawmill, not to mention many homes. Now all that remains to mark what was once a boomin...
On one side is a wilderness-gnarled windblown forest, streams and bogs and scraps or meadow. On the other side are endless ocean vistas - a view of the sea which stretches all the way from here to Europe. The sea is the highway which brought the firs...
You are 355 metres (1165 ft) above sea level. Hike from the top of the mountain about 6 km (3.7 mi) down to a small ocean cove and grassy clearing - the only designated wilderness campsite in the Park. The trail is steep in some places and you will f...
The trail starts at the Louisbourg lighthouse and is well groomed and maintained for the first kilometer or so to Gun Landing. Here you have the choice of taking the loop back or you can continue on as far as Big Lorraine, located about 6 km away. Lo...
The Meat Cove Mountain trail follows a small creek bed upward through a hard wood forest comprised mostly of birch. This steady climb of 233m over 3/4km can be difficult but only lasts about 25 minutes if you take your time and have some well deserve...
Directions to Trailhead: Trailhead is located at the St. Peter's Canal but there are  trail access points throughout the town of St. Peter's. Trail runs 3 kilometers from St. Peter's Canal to River Tillard along St. Peter's Bay.  There is a smal...
A Canadian Tourism Commission Signature Experience, a sunset hike on Nova Scotia's most famous trail is one of the experiences that pulls on the heartstrings and makes you long for Cape Breton long after you leave the island. Meet your park guide and...
Cape Breton Island is the breathtaking backdrop of the Golf Cape Breton golf experience. When you are not on the course, spend your time touring our Island and your memories will be filled with spectacular vistas, lively music, fun-filled festivals a...
Much has been written and even more said about Canada’s first – and only – true links golf course.  But to truly understand what if feels like to be transported to a time and place reminiscent of golf’s beginnings, you simply must experience...
Here between the majesty of the Cape Breton Highlands and the roar of the Atlantic Ocean, Stanley Thompson's masterpiece has grown in stature to be regarded as a national treasure. It is constantly ranked as Canada's top public golf course and is a ...
The Lakes Golf Club has become the Island's most played course in just two seasons. Graham Cooke's world class design features dramatic elevation changes and spectacular views of the beautiful Bras d'Or Lakes. The Lakes Golf Club offers multiple expe...
One of Cape Breton Island’s premier golf courses, Bell Bay overlooks the Bras d’Or Lakes in beautiful Baddeck. This Thomas McBroom masterpiece has incredible views from virtually every hole. The course was sculpted into the natural features of th...
Le Portage is just a wedge away from the Cabot Trail, the iconic tourist route which winds through its home community of Cheticamp. One of Cape Breton's most demanding tests of golf is set upon a plateau with majestic views of the mighty Atlantic, a...
This 2445 yard, 9 hole course has 3 par threes, 5 par fours, and one par 5. The course is fairly open and forgiving, which will please the novice golfer. The rolling hills, country scenery and well groomed greens will provide a beautiful backdrop for...
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Lionel's Golf Centre is a 9 hole course located in Gardiner Mines, NS....
Cape Breton Island is known for its world-class hospitality! Join us for Race the Cape and experience the very best of our Island. Celtic music, East Coast cuisine and cultural performances will delight sailors and fans at the end of each race day. ...
Before you embark on your cruise, visit our website for the most up to date information on the Bras d'Or Lakes and Cape Breton.   ...
Come Sail With Us from St. Peter's. Daysailing excursions, with Captain, for your private party of up to six people. An ideal setting for family, friends or business associates to bond. Set sail aboard Misty Cat for an unforgettable adventure on the ...
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