MacIntosh Brook Trail

A nice, even stroll along a babbling brook, through a mature hardwood forest with a scenic waterfall at the end.

Season: May to October

Bog Walk

This unique highland plateau bog is a self-guided trail with signs that explain the life you will see and experience there. The trail is a boardwalk that is wheelchair accessible and ideal for strollers.

Open year-round.

Lone Shieling Heritage Site

The Lone Shieling is a Scottish crofter's hut nested in an old-growth forest. This is one of the most protected areas of the park. The 350-year-old sugar maple trees are just part of this forest which is also home to rare animals like the rock vole and Gaspé shrew.

Open year-round.

Skyline Trail

The world famous Skyline Trail offers some of Cape Breton's most iconic views. With a dramatic headland cliff overlooking the rugged coast, the scenery is well worth the hike. You may even be able to spot moose and whales from the boardwalk!

Open year-round.