Guided Adventures

Top of the Island trails, most of which begin on or close to the Cabot Trail, are generally of shorter duration, and highlight the various landforms present within the Park. Trails exist along elevated shoreline cliffs, at the water’s edge, in the interior barrens and up to mountain lookoffs.

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Four Mile Beach Inn (c 1898)

Four Mile Beach Inn (c 1898)

Four Mile Beach Inn (c 1898) is situated at the halfway point on the legendary Cabot Trail, in Aspy Bay on Cape Breton Island. This historic inn offers old-world charm and hospitality, and features spectacular views of Aspy Bay and…

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Meat Cove Oceanside Chowder Hut

Meat Cove Oceanside Chowder Hut

Directly across from the Meat Cove Campground is the Meat Cove Oceanside Chowder Hut. After an eventful day of activities in Meat Cove, you may want to take a break from cooking. Why not stop over at the Oceanside Chowder…

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North Highlands Community Museum

North Highlands Community Museum

Interpretive exhibits illustrating lifestyle experienced by early settlers of northern Cape Breton. Exhibits include gypsum quarry, stores, church histories, shipwrecks, furnishings, school and transportation, forge, settlers’ garden. Extensive genealogy centre and archives, visitor information centre, c@p site. Weekly concerts and…

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Burton's Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel

Burton’s Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel

Burton’s Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel is nestled on a slope at the end of the fishing village of Bay St. Lawrence on the northern tip of Cape Breton Island – just a 15-minute drive north from the Cabot Trail.  Enjoy…

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Tenerife Trail Hike

Tenerife Trail Hike

The trail starts directly across a fairly large parking area 4.2 km from the intersection of The Cabot Trail at Cape North and Bay St. Lawrence Rd. The first section of trail leads you into the valley to the left…

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