When autumn arrives in Cape Breton, the island becomes a vibrant tapestry of reds, oranges, and yellows. Many locals and previous visitors to Cabot Shores will tell you this natural spectacle is best experienced on foot. Cape Breton offers many hiking trails to explore during the fall. Let’s embark on a journey through some of the finest Hiking Trails in Cape Breton, highlighting the captivating beauty of the season.
With its beautiful natural surroundings, unique accommodations, and incredible onsite event amenities, Cabot Shores is a superb Nova Scotia wedding venue you won’t want to overlook for fall ceremonies. And with ideal access to the Cabot Trail and other Cape Breton Island attractions, you and your guests will have plenty to which you can look forward.
Cape Breton Island is an idyllic destination in Eastern Canada that offers visitors abundant natural beauty, cultural attractions, and exciting activities to enjoy. One of the things that Cape Breton Island is known for is its craft beer and cider scene, which includes some of the best Nova Scotia breweries. If you love libations and …
Amid the ruggedly beautiful reaches of eastern Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island is an outstanding destination for discerning outdoor enthusiasts. As we inch closer to winter’s end, many such folks hastily plan their spring and summer adventures. And with its picturesque ocean-side vistas, serene forests, and abundant wildlife, Cape Breton hiking is one of the island’s most precious gifts.
If you love spending time with the great outdoors during winter but are a bit turned off by the idea of “no-frills” camping in the cold, glamping “Cape Breton style” at Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort is worth considering. In 2019, Chateline Magaize labeled Cabot Shores as one of the “coolest places to go glamping in Canada.” And winter is no exception!
To say that music is woven into Cape Breton’s cultural heritage is somewhat of an understatement. For centuries, the isle’s inhabitants have shared songs about everything from their homeland to everyday life. In modern times, one of the best ways to celebrate these longstanding traditions is to come together for singing and dancing at Cabot Shores for the Cabot Trail Acoustic Festival on March 18th.