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3 Day Ski Cape Smokey Package with Cabot Discovery Tours


38696 Cabot Trail Rd, Ingonish Beach

(902) 623-2780


Overview

Ski Cape Smokey

Drive to Ingonish for your first of three days at Cape Smokey. Smokey is Nova Scotia’s highest ski hill with an elevation of 320 m and eleven alpine runs.  Cape Smokey is a hotbed of activity with plans for snowmobiling, heli-skiing, sledding and tubing, snowshoeing, and backcountry skiing.

This package includes two days of passes for ski hill and equipment rental.

Check in to your accommodations for the next two nights at Knotty Pine Cottages. These full-season cottages are fully equipped with a kitchenette, internet, and satellite TV  to make your stay as comfortable as possible. There is a store on-site and you are a short drive to Doucette’s Market if you are in need of supplies. Close to the ski hill, rest and relax after the day’s activities enjoying the sweeping ocean views.

This package starts at $225.00

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