F.A.Q. and their answers.
Rating 1: Very little hill or stair climbing.
Rating 2: Some moderate hill or stair climbing.
Rating 3: Some significant hill or stair climbing.
Rating 4: A good deal of significant hill or stair climbing.
Rating 5: Many steep hills or high altitude trails.
Rating A: Almost entirely on pavement; probably suitable for baby strollers.
Rating B: A significant part of the hike takes place on well-groomed trails, with very little difficult terrain.
Rating C: A significant part of the hike takes place on somewhat difficult terrain (rocky or rooted paths).
Rating D: A significant part of the trail takes place on very difficult terrain.
Rating E: The majority of the hike takes place on very difficult terrain.
- Click trailhead marker, found on the locator map at the bottom of your chosen tail.
- Click “Directions to” in the direction bubble.
- Enter your star location or click “My location” and click “Get Directions” to display detailed directions.
- Click “Print”, next to the “Get Directions” button, to be taken to the Google Maps page.
- Click the “Link” button found at the top of the sidebar (identified by a linked chain icon)
- Click “Send” and choose “Car” or “GPS” to select your device.
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Hiking & Wildlife
Highlands National Park
Cape Breton & Cabot Trail
If you would like to take in some local music in the evening, do some hiking, and enjoy a day at the beach, you may opt to do it in three day. You can traveling a few hours each day with overnight stops in Baddeck, Cheticamp, and Ingonish; to suggest a few.
You could alway take an entire week and spend a few days exploring some off-shoots to Mabou, Meatcove, or Industrial Cape Breton. Hell, while you’re at it you might as well just move here.