Festivals & Events

Music, creativity and cultural pride are what inspire Cape Bretoners to have a good time, and play hosts to friends from near and far. Against the island's beautiful backdrop, the top of the island is busy with community events focusing on food, music, adventure and more.

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Cabot Trail Adventures

Cabot Trail Adventures

Your outdoor adventure specialists in Northern Cape Breton. Sea kayak tours and rentals, paddle boards, bicycle rentals, shuttles and guided tours. Guided coastal hikes to the best “locals know” destinations. With 20 years’ experience in the industry we can help…

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Oshan Whale Watch

Oshan Whale Watch

Watch whales, eagles, seals and seabirds at the Top of Cape Breton Island with the Fraser family. Locally owned and operated, Oshan Whale Watch offers guided tours with a coast guard trained crew. Our boat, the Oshan, is a 42-foot,…

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Meat Cove Mountain

Meat Cove Mountain

This challenging 90 minute trail is rich with spectacular views, from the ocean to the unique and beautifully rugged landscape of Meat Cove.Elevation 233Length 3.5km Return

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Cape North Farmers' Market

Cape North Farmers’ Market

Our region – the northeast Highlands of Cape Breton Island – is a mountainous, rocky one, with harsh weather and many, if small, pockets of arable land. One of the primary goals of the Cape North Farmers Market is to…

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Blue Bayou Resort

Blue Bayou Resort

Blue Bayou Resort has 23 domes and 7 tipis. Experience a private outdoor space in a billion star environment. For your comfort we have domes with private bathrooms, including bath towels and bedding. For a nomadic experience, we have Authentic…

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Cabots Landing Provincial Park

Cabots Landing Provincial Park

Cabots Landing Provincial Park is a picnic and beach park (North Harbour Beach) on the shore of Aspy Bay, 10 km (6 mi) north of the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Picnic tables are situated in the park’s open…

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