A scenic highway, Cabot Trail, measuring 298 kms (185 miles), is in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, located in northern Iverness and Victoria county on Cape Breton Island. The road has several curves and overlooks the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Driving on this road requires the visitor to complete the drive along the full loop and will not be able to cut across in between. Without any stops, this full distance can be covered in approximately five hours.
The Cabot Trail is the linking route to eight connecting communities along the trail namely Beddeck, St Anne's, Ingonish, Belle Cote, Cheticamp, Dingwall and cape North, each reflecting a distinct culture and history while serving as primary regions for tourist activities ...
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