Cape Breton Gay Guide – Cape Breton & Sydney NS Gay Pride 2018
Planning a romantic vacation to this rugged and wildly beautiful island in northeastern Nova Scotia
Cape Breton Island
This sparsely populated, wildly rugged island on the tip of Nova Scotia feels like the end of the earth—especially the windswept trails at Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Along the meandering 185-mile Cabot Trail scenic drive, feast on steamed mussels and lobster rolls in colorful seafood shacks, visit galleries known for hooked rugs, pottery, and wood carvings, and meet some of Canada’s friendliest locals.
Check out the website of Cape Breton Island Tourism for more trip-planning advice and details.
Cape Breton Island and Sydney Nova Scotia Gay Pride 2018
Details about Cape Breton Island Gay Pride are still pending, but organizers have announced that this celebration focused in Cape Breton’s largest community, Sydney (population 32,000) will commence on August 3, 2018 and feature events through at least August 8. Stay tuned for further updates, or visit the Pride Cape Breton Society Facebook page for new announcements.
Family-run Inverary Resort offers roomy suites with fireplaces and decks overlooking Bras d’Or Lake.
Soak up jaw-dropping sunset vistas—and watch for imposing moose—while hiking the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
Cozy Red Shoe Pub offers foot-stomping traditional Acadian music and dancing, and tasty fish-and-chips, too.
Book well ahead to feast on exquisite locally sourced fare at the 12-seat Bite House, set in a rambling farmhouse in Baddeck.
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