Ingonish lets you choose your preference… salt water or fresh water! There is a refreshing selection of both types of beaches. Some, such as Ingonish Beach, even let you enjoy both at the same time! Swim in the sea, then rinse off in the fresh water without leaving the beach. Be sure to check out the long list of our superb beaches at the Cape Breton Highlands website. Continue reading “Head to the Beach”
The trail follows a long, narrow peninsula separating two ocean bays, ending on headland cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Smokey and Ingonish Island.
There are opportunities to see seabirds, seals, whales and eagles, as well as fishing boats in the early summer. Continue reading “Hike Middle Head Trail”
“The first sighting of the ocean comes right at the first tee, with North Bay providing a cutting wind and stunning view. Those views – whether they be of water or mountains or both – never stop.” Bob Weeks, Editorial Director of SCOREGolf, and one of the most recognized golf personalities in Canada. Continue reading “Highlands Links Golf Course”
Cape Breton Highlands National Park is known for its spectacular highlands and ocean scenery. The Cape Breton Highlands are the most striking feature of northern Cape Breton. Steep cliffs and deep river canyons carve into a forested plateau bordering the Atlantic Ocean. One third of the Cabot trail, a world-famous scenic highway, runs through the national park along the coasts and over the highlands. Continue reading “Cape Breton Highlands National Park”
A unique opportunity to discover the beauty of northern Cape Breton and marine life near the coastlines. Zip along the rugged shores in search of whales, dolphins, seals, leatherback turtles, puffins, eagles and more! Discover the mystique of Ingonish Island, the seclusion of a light keeper’s station, and the breathtaking cliffs near renowned Kelitc Lodge.