Breathtaking views, plenty to see and do on the Trail. You should plan accordingly as you will never have enough time to take it all in!
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We had a ferry to catch in the afternoon, so we had only a few hours to enjoy the Cabot Trail. It would have been nice to make some longer stops and walk around a bit or enjoy a leisurely meal along the way, but...More
The sea, the forest, the breathtaking beauty around the bends, again and again. Plus, Ingonish is a great place to stay (Seascape Coastal Retreat, if they're not full; Keltic Lodge if you've got a few bucks to blow) and eat (The Seagull, for one; others...More
The Cabot Trail is incredibly beautiful seen from the safety of your car, or an overlook. I cycled from Baddeck to Cape North and then bailed. There is NO SHOULDER (loose sand and gravel), many huge trucks, and a speed limit of 60 that translates...More
Very long drive taking 7 hours and nothing memorable but a must do as this is Cape Breton Island. We r from Vancouver, so need I say more. Probably lovely in the fall as the trees would turn color.
Well worth the drive! Lots of opportunities for taking great photos! You will see some breathtaking views that you just won't see anywhere else. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy one of the many provincial parks. Summer or fall, either season you will get some...More
One never gets tired of some of the spell binding scenery of this great Canadian Road Treasure. No trio to Cape Breton would be complete without this drive. Just make sure that you have lots of time to stop and meet some of the locals...More