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We took this 5.7 mile hike after doing the Middle Head Hike. I must say, the Middle Head trail was much more interesting with spectacular coastal views. The Skyline Trail didn't wow us so much. It seemed monotonous after the first couple miles. The scenery...More
Great trail, really simple with a wide path. You have one decision to make - left or right. We were told you can see most everything you want to by going left.
It is open again after Dorian and the parks folks were cleaning up...More
We went on this hike starting at 3pm and we were two adults and two kids (2.5 yr old and 6 month old). We took 2 strollers. The whole loop (8km) and the boardwalk trail took us 4.5hrs hours (keeping in mind we stopped for...More
The Skyline Trail should not be missed! I am so happy that I did this trail with my hubby on our recent trip to Cape Breton! It should not be missed by anyone who can still walk. I found it a pretty easy trail and...More
If you are visiting the National Park, this is the trail to do. Very easy with no big hills nor obstacles, I even saw people pushing baby strollers in this trail. Very beautiful views at the tip! I definately recommend this trail to anyone!
There are a little less crowds and they have the stomach of adventurers when it is windy outside. It was intensely windy on the day we went with a tropical storm cyclone expected to hit. The hike itself is lovely. We recommend the counter clockwise...More
It’s not a visit to Cape Breton without doing the skyline trail. They keep developing it every year making it more accessible. The gravel path goes 90 percent of the trail now. We love hiking this trail in hopes of seeing the moose. We have...More
This is by far one of the most popular, if not THE, most popular trail in the park. None of the other trails we did had even remotely as many people as this one. There are restrooms at the beginning of the trail and benches...More
The majority of the walk is through a forest without much of a view, however at the end when you go on the boardwalk, the view is worth the wait. We took the shorter version of the trail and it took us about 2 hours....More
Response from tomgordon2016 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I think it is telling you to bike through the car park, which is about 500m long. There is then part of the trail that is smooth fine gravel. I am not sure if you can ride that part though. It will probably have a few... More
Hi, I think it is telling you to bike through the car park, which is about 500m long. There is then part of the trail that is smooth fine gravel. I am not sure if you can ride that part though. It will probably have a few people on it and it didn't seem like there would be enough space. Hope that helps.