Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Canada
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Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Canada

The Cabot Trail is a highway and scenic roadway that is situated in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia province of Canada. The trail was named after the explorer John Cabot. He landed in Atlantic Canada in 1497. This highway measures 185 miles or 298-kilometer long. The trail completes a loop around gorgeous places, awesome sights, magnificent landscapes, beautiful parks, clean beaches and a wonderful community.

Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Canada Photo credit: Anonymous

Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Canada
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The trail was named after the explorer John Cabot Photo credit: Anonymous

The trail was named after the explorer John Cabot
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John Cabot Photo credit: Anonymous

John Cabot
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You can view this magnificent trail by driving, although most people prefer hiking wanting to discover and take pleasure the beautiful scenery of Cape Breton Island. In fact, the trail will only consume few hours of driving that is why they prefer hiking.

Explore the trail by driving a car or motorcycle Photo credit: Anonymous

Explore the trail by driving a car or motorcycle
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Hiking at Cabot Trail  Photo credit: Anonymous

Hiking at Cabot Trail
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Cape Breton Island Photo credit: Anonymous

Cape Breton Island
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The Cape Breton Island offers awesome sceneries that will surely take your breath away. Here, you can find amazing trails like Pollett’s Cove and the Skyline trail. The view alongside the road offers gorgeous attractions. The people are also very hospitable and charismatic which made it even more accommodating.

Pollett’s Cove  Photo credit: Anonymous

Pollett’s Cove
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Skyline trail Photo credit: Anonymous

Skyline trail
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The trail can be visited anytime of the day. Whether dry season or winter season, the Cape Breton Island is a place that offers activities you will surely enjoy. Boredom is not in the vocabulary in this place as it offers lots of activities to enjoy.

Visit the Cabot Trail anytime of the day Photo credit: Anonymous

Visit the Cabot Trail anytime of the day
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Whale watching at Nova Scotia Photo credit: Anonymous

Whale watching at Nova Scotia
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-Jeff Petiza