Festival de la Mi-Carême 2022
Next Date: Mar 20, 2022
A two hundred year old festival that celebrates dance, music and the Acadian culture. During Mi-Carême many people, called les mi-carêmes,...
Do you lock up your mountain and fat tire bikes for the winter? Time to take them out!
Join us for Ski Cape Smokey’s 1st annual winter Mountain Bike Race and Craft Beer Fest on January 18th, 2020!
Ride what you feel safest, or just come to cheer on others while you sample more than a dozen Nova Scotia breweries.
Tickets are $35 for adult racers and $15 for youth racers
(Adults receive a bratwurst with their registration.)
Beer Fest tickets are $35 (19+ only, children are allowed in the area supervised), or discounted for our racers. Beer Fest includes 8 beer sample tickets (with the availability to purchase more), live music, games, raffle prizes, and great socializing in the dead of winter.
9am- Kids start
10am- General start
Craft Beer Fest:12pm-4pm
Celebrate our snow and local brews with us this January!
Do you love Cape Breton in the Fall? Are you active on Social Media? Then what are you waiting for, share with us your best fall photos by using the hashtag #FallforCapeBreton for a chance to win a stunning fall Weekend Getaway.
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
When we think of waterfalls, the image that comes to our mind is tropical pools, cascading water, peace and calmness. But come winter, these waterfalls turn into a completely different scene. We have rounded up our favourite winter waterfalls.