Looping around the northern part of Cape Breton Island, the Cabot Trail offers visitors unforgettable scenery in the form of dramatic coastline, rolling hills, vibrant bays, secluded beaches, mountain passes, and thick forests. The route extends nearly 300 km, and it’s certainly worth taking your time by stopping at the many roadside lookouts and hiking the hidden trails. Get into the nooks and crannies of this breathtaking Canadian tradition and you’ll uncover quaint artisan shops, picturesque harbors, and family-run restaurants along the way.
Map of Cabot Trail
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Canada measures more than 9,000 kilometers from coast to coast, so it should come as no surprise that nature plays a huge role in Canadian identity and the collective psyche. Here, there’s no shortage of heart-stopping landscapes or face-to-face encounters with nature — you can discover some of the world’s best national parks in Canada. […]