Explore eight hiking trails, ranging from quick 30-minute hikes to multi-day backcountry camping adventures. Find out why this park, and its dramatic views of the Bay of Fundy was a finalist on About.com for “Best Canadian Provincial Camping Park.”
Skyline Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
From Wikipedia: The Skyline Trail is a 7 km (two to three hours) looping hiking trail in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. It lies on the western side of the Cabot Trail. The trail is well-known for its scenic views. The trail consists of a loop that at about half way leads to a boardwalk. The first half of the loop is very well maintained and virtually wheelchair accessible. The second half of the loop is an easy hiking trail over stony ground and meadows. The boardwalk at the…
The Sable Island Horses. (And the Amazing photography of Roberto Dutesco)
Sable Island in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia has a thriving population of wild horses. The Sable Island horses are among the few wild horse populations that are entirely unmanaged: they are not subject to any kind of human interference. Since 1961, the Sable Island horses have had legal protection under the Sable Island Regulations of the Canada Shipping Act.