Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Cape Breton Highlands National Park. The park was the first national park in the Atlantic provinces of Canada and covers an area of 948 square kilometres (366 sq mi). It consists of mountains, valleys, waterfalls, rocky coastlines and the Cape Breton Highlands, a
tundra-esque plateau. Forest types include Acadian and Boreal. The park includes the highest point in Nova Scotia, White Hill, at 533.5m (1,750 ft) above sea level. Rivers in the park include the Chéticamp River and the North Aspy River. One-third of the Cabot Trail passes through the park featuring ocean and mountain views. The park is known for its "steep cliffs and deep river canyons that carve into a forested plateau bordering the Atlantic Ocean". The park contains 26 marked hiking trails,[6] including the Skyline Trail.
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