Whalewatching

The warm waters off the Top of the Island are the summering grounds for an impressive variety of whales. minkes, pilot whales, fin whales, sei whales and humpbacks, as well as the occasional pod of belugas, all take their summer vacations off, and mostly in sight of whale tour operations at the Top of the Island include both sailing and motorized vessels.

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Ziplining Experience

Ziplining Experience

Treetop ziplining, stand-up paddle boarding and a rock climbing wall are all designed to thrill and invigorate. Throw in some experiential dining and you'll see why Mountain Pine Adventures is known for offering unique perspectives and unparalleled experiences. For those…

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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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Wilkie Sugar Loaf

Wilkie Sugar Loaf

Length:   3 km (1.9 mi) return Hiking Time:   2+hrType of Trail:   natural surfaceUses (no snow):   walkingUses (snow):   snowshoeingFacilities:   noneDog Use:   off-leash permittedGov't Topo Map:   11K16 (Dingwall)Rating (1-5):   3Trailhead GPS Reference:   N 46 57” 08.7’ W 60 27” 42.8’Access Information: Turn…

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Hines Oceanview Lodge

Hines Oceanview Lodge

5 rooms, two shared baths (3-pc (S) & 2-pc); common kitchen and sitting room. Overlooking cove; beautiful view of ocean and mountains; sightings of eagles and whales. Close to restaurants, hiking, and Internet access.

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