A Guide to Cape Breton Island

Hiking options in Cape Breton Highlands National Park include Franey Trail. Photo: Ann Britton Campbell

Take a drive on the wild side with a visit to Cape Breton Island on the northern tip of Nova Scotia. With its soaring cliffs, bountiful seas and a heady mix of Gaelic, Acadian and Mi’kmaq cultures, this vast land delivers a Maritimes experience like no other. Visitors can hike, paddle or immerse themselves in local art and history at various stops and attractions.

Parks Canada provides ingredients for picnic at Black Brook Beach . Photo: Ann Britton Campbell 

Continue reading in WestJet Magazine to learn recommendations for Art Lovers, History Buffs, Hiking Fans and Water Babies on where to stay, what to do and where to eat on Cape Breton Island.

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