Gaelic for “white water”, Uisge Ban (ish-ka-ban) Falls is by far the most popular hike in the Baddeck area. This 4 km, 1.5-hour hike complete with picnic facilities attracts local and visitors all season long. Those visiting via the many cruise ships
The Cabot Trail is known as a true riders paradise. If you’ve already decided you’re riding the trail, here are a few tricks & tips you’ll need so your trip is as smooth as the pavement on the Cabot Trail!
It is very hard not to fall in love with Cape Breton Island in the fall season. Read here why our ambassadors have fallen for this beautiful island, and perhaps why it will be a favourite for you too.
Cross country skiing in the highlands is definitely unlike any skiing we had done before. There’s no groomed track or perfectly flat terrain to ski, instead it’s an adventure in its own right every time we venture into the snowy highlands.