The Wildlife

The Top of the Island region is a "must visit" for those seeking close encounters with nature. Mammals large and small, on land and in the water, travel the mountains, valleys, rivers and oceans of the area.

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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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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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Kayaking in Meat Cove

Kayaking in Meat Cove

Kayaking in Meat Cove is like no other. Strap in the Kayak and let the rugged Atlantic coast of Meat Cove show you what it has to offer. You will see some of the most amazing views that the Island…

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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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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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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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