What is the best way to see Cape Breton? From the inside-out.
In the midst of the beautiful scenic views of Cape Breton, after spending the day with us on our trail tour you will go home knowing more about the beauty of the island of Cape Breton and its people.
We are making memories on our side-by-side while driving along the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail picturesque seacoast. Stopping by the beach to dip our toes in the waters of St. George’s Bay then for a breath of fresh sea air at a local Fishermen’s Wharf before crossing to the popular mix of mountain trails.
The “green pit” is a great place for a splash; don’t let the local name fool you! Take in the views of the wonderful local waterfalls and even a small cave at Bornish on River Denys Mountain. These unique features in our environment offer special places for the inquisitive outdoor person. You may want to take a few selfies too!
Next we opt for a little snack, including some awesome old fashion Cape Breton oatcakes while we visit St. Margaret’s of Scotland Church, built in 1841. The lush green trees lead us to the spectacular site of Creignish Mountain look-off; a paramount view of St. George’s Bay. We soak up the natural beauty and end our tour down the mountain and along the sea on the Trans Canada Trail. Experience a fun, adventurous day, enjoying nature, the company, and Cape Breton to its fullest