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The Skyline Trail is a popular hiking trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. The dramatic headland cliff from the end of this trail overlooks the rugged coast. On it, you can enjoy an eagle’s view of the Cabot Trail as it winds its way down the mountain and vehicles look like toys. Skyline Trail parking lot is a 15-minute drive north of Cheticamp, NS on the Cabot Trail. The viewpoint is in a fenced-off moose exclosure, at the top of a viewing platform, about a 15-minute walk from the parking lot, on the southern part of the trail loop. The trail is a 7km return trip or 8.5km loop (1.5 - 3 hours). Main trail is suitable for most skill levels. A park pass is required for hiking during the tourist season (May to October), and can be obtained at the Parks Canada Visitor Centres in Chéticamp or Ingonish. The trail is not maintained from November to April but is still accessible for off-season activities.
Cape Saint Mary is the western most spot on the Nova Scotia mainland, providing visitors with expansive views over Saint Mary’s Bay and the Gulf of Maine. An operational lighthouse has existed at the Cape since 1868. Located in the active fishing and boatbuilding village of Cape Saint Mary/Cap Sainte-Marie, the lighthouse is a three minute drive from Mavillette Beach Provincial Park along the French Acadian Shore in Clare.
View of Shelburne Waterfront
Merlin is particularly fond of green grapes, peanuts, carrots, walnuts and yes, even crackers! He joined the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic during a Pets at Sea event in 2006.
White Point is a popular year-round oceanfront beach resort on Nova Scotia's South Shore.
View of Nova Scotias well-known landmark, the famous Peggys Cove Lighthouse.
View from the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel to Georges Island, Port Authority, Seaport Farmers Market, Pier 21-22 and McNabs Island.
Located at the tip of scenic Cape Forchu, this towering beacon sits atop picturesque volcanic rocks and has guided vessels safely into the Yarmouth Harbour since 1840.
View from the Aqua Vista at King's Wharf towards the waterfront of Halifax: Ocean terminal, Pier 21, Boardwalk with Cable Wharf, Purdys Wharf and Casino Nova Scotia.