All in Hiking

White Point, Cape Breton

White Point is definitely one of our favourite places on the island. It truly is a gem - it’s calm and quiet, and the sound of crashing ocean makes it the perfect location for a relaxing stroll through nature. Pack a picnic and eat alfresco (outside), absorbing all the wonderful natural sights and sounds. We hope that you enjoy it as much as we do!

Tenerife Mountain, Cape Breton

Possibly one of the most stunning views on the island. It is breathtaking at any time of year, but the fall is particularly captivating. Oranges, reds and yellows below you, as far as the eye can see. It is definitely well worth the steep uphill section just before you get to the look off.

Tenerife in winter, Cape Breton

Tenerife is definitely the steepest climb that we know on Cape Breton. Tackling it after a heavy snow fall adds a totally different dimension. Pack a good set of hiking poles and snowshoes and prepare to hit walls of frustration followed by moments of total 'wow'.

Polletts Cove, Cape Breton

Polletts Cove is a must hike when you're in Cape Breton. Whether you plan a day or overnighter and camp - you'll have an amazing trip! There's mountains to climb, a river to cross, and if you're lucky - wild horses roaming on the beach just waiting to meet you!