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7 Ways to Virtually Tour Cape Breton Island

Bras d'Or Lake, Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park

While COVID-19 has certainly limited our ability to get out and travel, we can still wander digitally. We've compiled a group of amazing locations that you can virtually explore in the safety of your own home.

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Need to know: Motorcycling the Cabot Trail

by: Daniel Ross, Cabot Trail Biker

Bras d'Or Lake , Cabot Trail , Cape Breton Highlands National Park , Fall , Spring , Uncategorized

The Cabot Trail is known as a true riders paradise. If you’ve already decided you’re riding the trial, here are a few tricks & tips you’ll need so your trip is as smooth as the pavement on the Cabot Trail!

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10 ideas for a Cape Breton Valentine's Day!

by: Tammy Aucoin & Chris van den Berg: Local Hiking Ambassadors

Culinary , Festival & Events , Uncategorized , Winter

What better place to celebrate love than on Cape Breton Island? Our community is rich with activities to suit any pair of lovebirds, whether they would rather thump their feet to some music at a pub or snuggle up in a cozy cafe.

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February 2020 Winter Events

by: Team Destination Cape Breton

Bras d'Or Lake , Cabot Trail , Cape Breton Highlands National Park , Uncategorized , Winter

Wondering what to do in Cape Breton this February? Check out our February 2020 Winter Events!

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Cape Breton's Epic Winter Bucket List

by: Team Destination Cape Breton

Cabot Trail , Cape Breton Highlands National Park , Uncategorized , Winter

Cape Breton is known for its spectacular beauty, vibrant living cultures and outdoor adventure and this is especially so during our winters. Winter is no time to sit back and let the season pass you by, it's full of adventure, events and hospitality.

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G'way Wit' Ya? The Cape Breton Accent!

by: Celtic Heart

Living Culture , Music & the Arts , Uncategorized

It's no secret that Cape Bretoners have an accent. The accent can sometimes take on a Gaelic sound and sometimes can sound akin to a Newfoundland accent. Either way, our accent is a part of our identity and no doubt a part of our charm.

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