A lot of time and energy has been spent trying to make what is basically a road into 'The Ceilidh Trail'. Some stretches have nice views, but this is Nova Scotia, so really that's a given. It's not that it's terrible, just that it doesn't live up to the PR hype. That said, It's a good (if at times bumpy) route to take if you want to reach the Cheticamp entrance to the Cabot Trail and Highlands National Park, but don't expect your jaw to drop until you do.
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