Whycocomagh Summer Festival

Date: Monday, July 15 2024 to Sunday, July 21 2024

Community Summer Festival with events to celebrate the Village of Whycocomagh and surrounding area. Bring everyone together to create memories, smiles and good times.

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We’koqma’q L’nue’kati’s first Mawiomi

Date: Friday, September 1 2023 to Monday, September 4 2023

Join us for We’koqma’q L’nue’kati’s first Mawiomi in 15 years! Come join us for daily sunrise ceremonies, daily evening feasts, a baby welcoming ceremony, an archery demo, naming ceremony, healing ceremony and so much more traditional activities!

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Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins

Refresh, relax and reconnect with nature at Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins. Located on Whycocomagh Mountain in the central Cape Breton Island highlands, we invite you to break away from the crowds and gain a new perspective from our brand new off-grid camping cabin facility. We are less than 5km from the TransCanada Highway 105 in Whycocomagh, NS. We offer 5 heated, year-round insulated cabins available for nightly rentals. Each cabin includes: 1 queen bed with 2 pillows, 2 twin bunk beds with a…

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Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins

Refresh, relax and reconnect with nature at Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins. Located on Whycocomagh Mountain in the central Cape Breton Island highlands, we invite you to break away from the crowds and gain a new perspective from our brand new off-grid camping cabin facility. We are less than 5km from the TransCanada Highway 105 in Whycocomagh, NS. We offer 5 heated, year-round insulated cabins available for nightly rentals. Each cabin includes: 1 queen bed with 2 pillows, 2 twin bunk beds with a…

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Whycocomagh Provincial Park

Whycocomagh Provincial Park occupies a dramatic hillside overlooking the Skye River Valley and the Bras d’Or Lakes. This is a quiet scenic setting for camping and hiking, or as a base from which to take in the area’s many attractions. Fall colours make the park a “must-visit” location in October. A series of hiking trails (5.4 km / 3.3 mi total)  lead to four Salt Mountain look-offs offering excellent views of the Bras d'Or Lakes.  From the park, eagles may…

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Keltic Quay

Your destination for exploration!Keltic Quay is located on the northeast shore of the Bras d’Or Lakes in the village of Whycocomagh, an area of outstanding natural beauty and spectacular vistas. From the beauty of Canada's largest inland sea to the breathtaking mountains, our year-round accommodation offers something for every vacationer. Enjoy the crisp autumn air and spectacular fall colours on one of the many hiking trails. Or snowmobile the Cape Breton Highlands' famous trail system for winter adventure and spectacular…

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Whycocomagh Provincial Park

Whycocomagh Provincial Park occupies a dramatic hillside overlooking the Skye River Valley and the Bras d’Or Lakes. This is a quiet scenic setting for camping and hiking, or as a base from which to take in the area’s many attractions. Fall colours make the park a “must-visit” location in October. A series of hiking trails (4.9 km/3 mi total)  lead to four Salt Mountain look-offs offering excellent views of the Bras d'Or Lakes. From the park, eagles may be seen soaring…

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Aberdeen Motel

Overlooking the Bras d’Or Lakes, Canada’s only inland sea, the Aberdeen Motel is the gateway to the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island located outside the town of Whycocomagh.  We are a family-operated motel and your ideal location to enjoy day trips throughout Cape Breton and northern Nova Scotia. We offer a children’s play area, picnic tables and a running brook on our property, with access to a sandy beach just across the highway. Other area activities include bird and…

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Bear on the Lake Guesthouse

3 hostel rooms and 2 guest rooms (Q,D,T,bunk), shared or ensuite 3-pc (S) or 4-pc bath, free Wi-Fi, Netflix, shared kitchen, laundry, BBQ, large deck overlooking lake. Outdoor/indoor games; hiking; firepit; lake swimming. 20 km to Cabot Trail.

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