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This place is truly spectacular! We did not see any whales during our whale watching cruise but we really went there, first and foremost, to experience the beauty and splendor of Cabot Trail. And it did not disappoint us at all. The multitude of colors...More
I am sure I can't add too much more to this review you haven't read over and over again. The beauty is outstanding.
Details - We travelled clockwise starting from Sydney to Baddeck and onwards.
It was last weekend of October so the trail was...More
We spent 2 days exploring the Cabot Trail and although it is very scenic and picturesque, the amount of road construction happening during our visit was very frustrating. We had to make several 15-30 min. stops in the multiple construction areas along the drive, which...More
We traveled here October 16 -19 and were fortunate to catch the leaves at their full peak! The scenery is breathtaking, traveling towards the end of the busy season was perfect for us as there was very little traffic. Although some businesses were closed for...More
We began our travel on the Cabot Trail in Cheticamp, a picturesque fishing village and ended at Baddeck. Our tour followed the road through mountains, the plateau, along the Gulf of St. Lawrence and through small villages and harbors. The mountains were a blaze of...More
spent a week on Cape Breton Island at the Celtic Fall Colours Festival and it was excellent. We drove the Cabot Trail and Hiked 5 of the longest trails off of it. Spectacular views were had everywhere we went. All the people on the island...More
We spent three days, i.e ee had a stopover in Cape North because ee also wanted time for hiking. Weather was not on our sude for the hiking thiugh, but even so it was good to have extra time. We also tried out some of...More