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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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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Lowland Cove Loop - Meat Cove

Lowland Cove Loop – Meat Cove

Length:   16 km (10 mi) returnHiking Time:   5+hrType of Trail:   natural surface, compacted earthUses (no snow):   walking, biking, horseback riding, ATVsUses (snow):   cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeingFacilities:   camping, tables, water, outhouses (at trailhead only)Dog Use:   off-leash permittedGov't Topo Map:   11N02 (Cape…

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Arts North

Arts North

Arts North, located near the northern tip of Cape Breton’s Cabot Trail, is an artisan’s consignment gallery retailing only high quality arts and crafts produced exclusively on Cape Breton Island.Designed, constructed and managed by professional artisans, Arts North has, since…

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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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