The Cabot Trail is a circular 200 miles trail – either from the east or the west following the outer edge of the Cape Breton northern peninsula. A scenic drive of small towns, forest and some great water views. Lots of ‘craft’ shops – rug weaving, painting, pottery, etc – that we by passed. We did see 2 fox, this one posed very nicely!
Many varieties of churches thru the provinces
In Cheticamp a neat museum of Acadian furniture and rug hooking…..this seen has 511 colors and took 11 months to complete. This artist could do 55 stitches / minutes or 3300 / hr.
On a drizzling day, we were not into hiking, but enjoyed the scenic drive.