A musician strumming a lute at the Celtic Colors Festival on Cape Breton Island.

The 2022 Celtic Colours International Festival

From cherished Mi’kmaq history to Acadian fiddle jam sessions, there are endless ways to immerse yourself in the isle’s heritage. One way we’ll commemorate Cape Breton’s history and heritage this year is the Celtic Colours International Festival.

Photo of a Woman Cross Country Skiing on Cape Breton Island.

Nordic Skiing Adventures: Stride through Cape Breton Island

Cape Breton Island, most notably the 300-kilometre Cabot Trail, is where nature enthusiasts go to escape the city’s boisterous streets and stressful workplaces. Much of the year, Nova Scotia’s prized island attracts hikers, paddlers, and cyclists. However, once winter arrives, most travellers seek out Cabot Shores’ 55-acre wilderness estate to wholly unplug, restore balance, and …

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