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Ceilidh Trail

The Ceilidh Trail runs 107 km (67 mi.) from the Canso Causeway to Margaree Harbour on the Cabot Trail, along the west coast of Cape Breton Island.

This area's Scottish heritage dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. Ceilidh (kay-lee) is Gaelic for party.

Places along the Ceilidh Trail include:

  • Inverness, home of the Ceilidh Trail School of Celtic Music
  • the Mabou Highlands
  • Lake Ainslie, the largest fresh water lake in Nova Scotia

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