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All reviews nice hike coastal views dead trees take your time take photos hour hike babbling brook take your breath away second half well worth the effort wild blueberries fit person national park great scenery cape breton forest stream
Coming down towards Cheticamp from Pleasant Bay, you get to see the most icon scene of the Cabot trail there is.
Then a pretty glimpse of the ocean and the cliffs. They reminded us of the somewhat larger Cliffs of Moher.
We had a clear fall day for our hike on the Acadian Trail...perfect conditions as far as I am concerned. The elevation change is from 65 ft to 1,200 ft, so the trail is a bit of work, but you will be rewarded with beautiful...More
This circular trail combines wonderful Acadian woodland on the inland leg and spectacular coastal views on the return. I'd recommend anticlockwise route otherwise you'll be forced to keep doing and turning round. The woodland section was my favorite. Beech trees hang on to steep slopes....More
We were with Caravan tours and the bus took us along the Cabot Trail. It was absolutely gorgeous. It reminded me of driving along Big Sur in California. There were a few places to pull over to take photos. Can't wait to develpe them.
Great seafood is here. Gorgeous hooked rugs are here. But, the reason you came is the majestic views. Whether you hike or drive along in this area, it is the spectacular views that move your spirit. Dramatic, jaw-dropping vistas take your breath away. The hiking...More
We did the whole loop about 8km (?) long and took us about 4.5 hours because we took out time, took pictures, ate lunch., etc. We should have stick to our original plan to just hike half the loop instead of the whole loop.
This is a fantastic drive with many view pull off areas along the road. This trip had several areas of road work that blocked some of the lookouts. But we were early in the season and the window for construction is small, so this is...More
What a great hike to do while visiting Cape Breton. I was on a Caravan Bus Tour and I didn't want to do the Whale Watching so two of us on the tour did this hike instead. It is a 7 minute drive outside of...More