One of the must-do’s in Nova Scotia is the Cabot Trail: a system of roads along the coast of Cape Breton named after John Cabot, the discoverer of mainland North America.
The trail features stunning landscapes, rocky cliffs falling into the Atlantic ocean, and incredible panoramic views. The first half of our 300km voyage was covered in dense fog that obscured most of the views. It did make for some pretty dramatic pictures though.
Once we crossed over the Cape Breton Highlands, however, the fog cleared and we were finally able to see what all the hype was about.