Known for its awe-inspiring beauty, rugged coastal backdrops, and old-world charm, Cape Breton Island offers an unforgettable escape when many families need it most. Although spring, summer, and fall are delightful times of the year for a retreat, family winter getaways in Nova Scotia present a refreshing opportunity to explore one of Canada’s most beautiful …
About Middle Head Trail The Middle Head Trail located within the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, follows a long and narrow peninsula separated by two ocean bays, ending on cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. There are plenty of opportunities to see seabirds, seals, and eagles! If you don’t have time to commit to a full …
2011 is the 75th Anniversary of the Cape Highlands Park.
Hikers can honor the Park and the anniverary by hiking 75 km on
park trails between May and July, 2011. By doing so, you can
receive a 75th birthday commemorative prize from the park.
Have at it.
Hiking trails and exhibits are now open. The park has amazingly
well kept trails, interesting wildlife and is home to the Cabot Trail
which winds through it.
At Cabot Shores we have maps of the Cape Breton Highlands Park
and can make recommendations based on your interest and hiking
appetites. Our Indian Brook and French river trails are also part of
the Highlands, but […]