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A big shout out to Daniel Ross Cabot Trail Biker & PEI Biker of you considering to visit PEI & or Nova Scotia do not hesitate any longer. Giddy up. Visit cabot trail biker .com about for further and trust any of the suggestions therein...More
My hubby and I decided to take a day off and go for a drive - a long one. We had a lovely day, stopping at lots of spots and had very nice conversations with the locals all the way up to White Point. We...More
Just finished a two week road trip of the Maritimes and what was likely my 15th time around the Cabot Trail. It's not rated one of the world's best drives without good reason. The scenery is spectacular and the entire trail is dotted with many...More
Every Canadian should do this magnificent trail. Stunning scenes and the Park is well run with great hiking trails which we enjoyed: Middle Head and the Coastal Trail wee all we could do but we were impressed. The Parks Canada website for Cape Breton Park...More
After visiting Louisbourg, our next night stay was in Margaree, so we went via the Cabot Trail. For the most part it was an enjoyable drive, but be warned there are some rough areas along the route. We also encountered heavy road construction. But all...More
I love this drive unfortunately on one day they had thick peasoup fog so we were unable to see very much on the higher altitudes.
They continue to do improvements on their roads and they have started to include a bicycle lane.
If you drive...More
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In July, my two daughters (ages 9 and 12) and I flew into Halifax, stayed the night and drove to Ingonish the next day. Everyone is correct-it made a long day of driving. We took our sweet time, did the scenic coastal... More
In July, my two daughters (ages 9 and 12) and I flew into Halifax, stayed the night and drove to Ingonish the next day. Everyone is correct-it made a long day of driving. We took our sweet time, did the scenic coastal route, stopped for snacks and meals,made scenery stops along the way. In all, the drive was about 10 hours but we enjoyed the relaxed day of driving and sight seeing. Didn't get into Ingonish until 7 pm or so.