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The trail is beautiful; wonderful views, quaint towns and some interesting craft stores along the way. Be prepared to do a lot of driving. There is no internal roadways so wherever you go, you have to go around the coast road.
Stayed around Margaree Harbor and only had one day to tour. We were completely amazed and awe-struck with the scenery! Having driven the Oregon Coast last year, we though it would be similar. Kind of started out that way, but then it became just amazing...More
We hiked skyline trail and saw a female moose. She was enormous, but kind enough to let us take pictures of her for about ten minutes. What an amazing animal. When we reached the skyline outlook, the fog blocked our view, but we still enjoyed...More
Words don't do it justice, pictures won't do it justice. You have to see this place! Beautiful coastal vistas. There is a fee for the Highlands National Park but well worth it. Suggest spending more than one day and taking the time to dally along...More
My husband, parents and I drove the Cabot Trail in early July, and it was just superb! However, I should point out that we drove in one day, and I really wouldn't recommend it. By the end of the day, we were just too tired...More
The scenery is unbelievable. It was a bit foggy when we start our day: however, the fog makes the mountains more mystery and better photo opportunities. When we hit Cape Breton Provincial Park, those sceneries are beyond anything I see. I took a lot of...More
The Cabot Trail is both scenic and exciting to see. The winding road and breathtaking scenery is beyond compare and travelling by motorbike is a wonderful way to see it. We stopped along the trail for photos and to eat, and to explore some of...More
We, two 69 year old riders, left Virginia on July 7 to attend NY Harley Rally. We then traveled through Montreal and Quebec. Went around to Gaspe. When we made it to New Brunswick we had planned to visit Prince Edward Island. Two gentlemen with...More
It was cool at 10am so we wore clothing layers. The weather varied: dense fog, sunshine bursts, clouds, bright blue sky, and light fog without a drop of rain on our parade. The visuals: farms, rolling hills, winding roads, fishing towns, rocky cliffs, forests. The...More