At least 5 nature hikes and walks in the vicinity of Cabot Shores and provide a nature connection for hikers of all ages and abilities. You can simply explore the property along Eagle Feather Beach or experience the natural beauty of the trail along the Cabot Shores loop trail along Indian Brook and Church Pond. …
CBC Coverage on Conference I was recently reminded of the continuing joy of Cabot Trail Hiking on Cape Breton. This was during an interview with CBC reporter Holly Connors, when we spoke about a Tourism Conference I recently attended. The conference highlighted the challenges and opportunities of offering Cape Breton tourism experiences to a world-wide …
Okay, I have a bias towards waterfalls, spectacular trail-side views of water, and old growth forests. Duration: 25 minutes to 5 hours. So here they are: #1 Indian Brook Falls; # 2 North River Falls, #3 Black Brook/Falls.
1. Indian Brook Falls Hike (challenging)
The Cabot Trail goes along the coast on the east (Atlantic) side of Cape Breton Island.
Take the Cabot Trail to the village of Indian Brook. A landmark the bridge over Indian Brook. The Trail starts on the northwest side of the Brook.
During the heat of summer, you can do the hike in and alongside the Brook. In early […]
We awoke to fantastically blue skies on Monday morning, perfect conditions for a hike up the river!
We rounded up the gang, an international selection of woofers from Switzerland, China and UK and some guests, including journalist David Holt and Laughter Yoga teacher Linda LeClerc.
We were of course joined by lively Cosmo who bounded ahead in the Spring sunshine!
We were remarking the trail to the waterfall with orange tape. The path had become somewhat overgrown, so we shifted a few trees and branches as we went and admired the beautiful views.
It was quite a scramble down to the brook.
We enjoyed sights […]
Treasures Along The Trail A geocacher calling himself “TooColdInCanada” heard about the Indian Brook Falls Trail and suggested we do the hike and add geocaches along the way. So we headed off one December morning, with his two sons and a guest from Germany–for an early winter wilderness hike. Called by geocacher, Ian, the Cabot …