The Highlands of Cape Breton Island offers some of the best snowmobiling (and scenery) around! This four-day itinerary covers the extensive trail system with spectacular views, drive-up eateries, accommodations, and of course, great camaraderie among riders.
This package includes 3 nights of double occupancy and select meals. The package is $519 and for an additional $50 you can purchase a trail pass.
Whycocomagh to Baddeck
Begin at the Whycocomagh Provincial Park and travel to Campbells Mountain look-off. From there, travel along the trails to Inverness and stop for lunch at the Coal Miner’s Cafe. Follow the trails to Baddeck for dinner and overnight.
Approximate driving distance travelled for Day 1 is 165km
Baddeck to Cheticamp
Head on the trails to Northeast Margaree and have lunch at The Dancing Goat (we recommend the Almond Cranberry Scones). Take the trails north and stop at a scenic look-off before following the trail to Chéticamp for dinner and overnight stay.
Approximate driving distance travelled for Day 2 is 120 km.
Cheticamp to Wreck Cove
Take the trail back toward Margaree, then to the look-off at Cape Clear for a picnic lunch. Follow the trails toward North River for a look-off over North River Falls. Take the northward trail to Wreck Cove for dinner and overnight.
Approximate driving distance travelled for Day 3 is 120km
Wreck Cove to Whycocomagh
Follow trails southward back to Whycocomagh to depart.
Approximate driving distance travelled for Day 4 is 130km
Have you wanted to take a weekend trip to Cape Breton in the winter but don’t know where to start? Here's an itinerary from our ambassador Kyler's visit to Cape Breton Island to help guide you on your next Cape Breton Island adventure!