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The trail has breathtaking views of the ocean and many opportunities to get out and walk or hike; however, there are a limited number of things to do if you are seeking touristy activity and places to eat are few and not always open. The...More
My family, ages 15 to 65, walked 2 to 3 hours on this trail. I am admittedly a bit out of shape, but because it was pretty flat, I have no problem with it. It is a very scenic Trail with ocean views and pretty...More
Very nice ride but very slow. We want slow but sometimes it was ruff. Slow, how else would you enjoy the view?
This ride goes by some great ocean beach views. We drove it in mid June and the road was a mess. We have...More
The road could be a lot better but the scenery and the opportunity to stop at beaches or sea vistas mostly makes up for the lack of government support for this highway.. this is the more interesting way to get to the eastern entrance to...More
We were on the Eastern Leg of a Cross Canada Road Trip and decided to drive the Ceilidh Trail. We started at Port Hastings and drove Route 19 till it joined the Cabot Trail at Route 219. It’s a very good road with several villages,...More
Perhaps a bit overlooked compared to its more famous sibling (The Cabot Trail) this trail is just as enchanting with coastline that is as beautiful and untamed. Those who bypass the rest of Cape Breton to head straight for the Cabot Trail are missing something.