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Circumambulating the Bay of Fundy

Late this past October Paul and Barbara took some time to make their way around (and across) the Bay of Fundy. We had previously explored the Minas Basin part of the Bay hiking such places as Economy Point and Cape Chignecto, as well as Blomidon and Cape Split (a favourite), but hadn’t seen any of …

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Glooscap Cave, une randonnée que vous ne regretterai pas!

[slickr-flickr tag=”glooscap1″ type=”galleria” size=”m640″] Vous voulez vivre une expérience hors de l’ordinaire? Venez faire la randonnée du Glooscap Cave sur l’Île du Cap-Breton, située à moins de 1 heure de Cabot Shores. En famille, entre amis ou même seul, cette excursion vous donnera définitivement le goût d’en faire d’autres, encore et encore. L’histoire dit qu’un héro …

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Cabot Shores Kids

Cabot Shores is home to many kids activities.  Kids love exploring our abundant natural environment…. or how about some fishing…. Or attending an impromptu Birthday party – with cake, of course….. or dare to sleep in  a kid-size tipi…. ….Yolo board with captain Cosmo…. …..kayak with capt’n Cosmo….. ….or how about a game of pool …

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Road Scholar: Culture & Outdoor Adventure on Cape Breton Island

A group of Road Scholars gathered for a series of June of Adventures
at Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.  This was
followed by an Intergenerational Program in July.  In September and October, two
more sessions will be at Cabot Shores.
 
For the June retreat, the Road Scholars  hiked to waterfalls and along the Atlantic; had guided experiences
in native Mi’kmaq and Gaelic culture; heard and made live music; ate
local lobster and wood-fired pizza; did Qi Gong and laughing yoga, and learned about the
local wildlife, both from land and on a trip to the Bird Islands, led by
experienced local guides and […]

Cycling in Cape Breton

  There are many ways to see the spectacular views of the Cabot Shores, and cycling is a popular one. Seacoast mountains, untouched waters, ocean breezes, and wildlife provide a natural hybrid alongside the Island’s unique culture and local experience. Now that Spring has sprung, cyclists far and wide are planning their Cabot Trail excursions, and …

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