The Cabot Trail
The Cabot Trail is considered one of the World's Most Scenic Destination Areas. It loops around the northern tip of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, 185 miles or 298 km long. The trail passes through many charming communities, each with breathtaking scenery and unforgettable hospitality. The Cape Breton Highlands National Park lies along the Cabot Trail, providing world class hiking. Whilst on the trail take the time to go whale watching, visit the museums and galleries and sample some of the finest sea food dinning in the world.
On Friday September 20th, ICEAP Student Services Department took over 300 students on a field trip in Cheticamp on the beautiful Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island. Students and staff were over joyed with the sights of Pleasant Bay and the Margaree River valley.Students also enjoyed the beautiful sights of the Paroisse Saint-Pierre church .The trip was a great success and created memeories to last a lifetime. It also allowed students to witness the beauty of Cape Breton Island in the fall.
Ruofei Cheng, Xuefeng Zheng
and Husni
Daniil, Miras, Nurdaulet
and Ruofei Cheng
Yuyang Ye, Kijung Baek,
SuKyung Jin and Jungsung Won