Local Seafood

Northern Cape Breton provides a multitude of opportunities to enjoy the island's bounty of fresh and local seafood, including lobster, snow crab, mussels and oysters.

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Celtic Colours Aspy trail Hike

Celtic Colours Aspy trail Hike

Meet at the parking lot for Beulach Ban Falls Lat: 46.814041 Long: -60.626273. This hike is presented in Association with the Celtic Colours International Festival.Register by phone: 902-224-2306

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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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Hide Away Campground & Oyster Market

Hide Away Campground & Oyster Market

Hideaway Campground & Oyster Market offers open and wooded campsites overlooking scenic Aspy Bay in the community of South Harbour on Cape Breton Island. South Harbour is situated at the half-way point on the legendary Cabot Trail. We are a small,…

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Tenerife Trail

Tenerife Trail

Hiking Time- 1 hourTrail Length - 2kmDifficulty - 3GPS Reference Coordinates: 46° 54' 24" N 60° 30' 52" WThe peak at the top of Tenerife Mountain delivers a magnificent view of the Aspy Valley. You will see the peak as you drive…

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Money Point

Money Point

Length:   13 km (8 mi) return Hiking time:   4+hrType of Trail:   natural surface, compacted earthUses (no snow):   walking, mountain biking (if you are really tough!), ATVsUses (snow):   snowmobiling*, cross country skiing*, snowshoeingFacilities:   noneDog Use:   off-leash permittedGov't Topo Map:   11N01 (Cape…

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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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