Hiking Trails

Privately owned campgrounds at the Top of Cape Breton Island, are located just off the beaten track. Camp sites offer a wide range of amenities to suit guests needs, along with breath taking scenery & ocean views.

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Neil's Harbour Chowder House

Neil’s Harbour Chowder House

When locals and visitors alike flock to your restaurant for the freshest seafood around, you know you've got a good thing going on. The Chowder House, a hidden gem on the Cabot Trail, fi ts that bill perfectly. The breathtaking…

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Eagle North Canoe & Kayak

Eagle North Canoe & Kayak

Go sea kayaking in the Cape Breton Highlands just off of the world famous Cabot Trail.  Located on Shore Road in South Harbour, we offer guided sea kayaking tours, as well as hourly rentals.  Custom packages, including biking, guided hiking…

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The Markland Coastal Beach Cottages - Restaurant

The Markland Coastal Beach Cottages – Restaurant

Our talented chefs have revitalized The Markland Restaurant and have made a point of celebrating local cuisine with wild halibut, lobster, snow crab, seafood chowder, scallops and oysters along with choice beef, chicken and pasta. Our restaurant offers a continental…

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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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Capt. Cox's Whale and Bird Watch

Capt. Cox’s Whale and Bird Watch

Bay St. Lawrence wharf. Daily tours (1- to 2-hr) on 7.5-m (24-ft) Zodiac. Hydrophone to hear whales. Experienced marine biology guide. Photo identification of returning pods. Seal rookery, seabirds, dolphins, moose, bear; shipwrecks, seacaves, waterfalls, spectacular geological formations. Reservations recommended.

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