Cape Breton Highlands National Park
One of Nova Scotia's most enchanting places, where the mountains meet the sea. Discover 950 square kilometres of rugged wilderness, travel along the world-famous Cabot Trail and marvel at lush, forested river canyons carved into an ancient plateau.
Visiting Cape Breton Highlands National Park
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