Big Intervale Fishing Lodge
Region: Cabot Trail
The Big Intervale Fishing Lodge is located along the banks of the pristine Margaree River on Cape Breton Island, 19 kilometres (12 miles) of...
At Big Intervale Fishing Lodge, we pride ourselves in being situated right in the heart of hiking and ATVing country, allowing our guests to enjoy the splendours of the wilderness in every season.
Guests will enjoy:
2 nights accommodations in a cozy cottage
2-days of guided Margaree Back Country experience starting from the Lodge
Day 1: Cape Clear- a 430 meter rock face that provides its visitors a most epic view over the highlands and down to the picturesque Margaree River Valley and Big Intervale. The winding, rough roads can be challenging at times, so we have partnered up with TNT Outdoor Adventures. A guided 4 hours Side by Side tour.
Day 2: Back country hike to the best view of second forks waterfall! A 5-6 hours hike deep into the ancient old growth forest to a two tiered waterfall very few people know of. A guided bushwhacking, climbing over wet rocks and crossing the river tour for outdoors enthusiasts. Organized by Live Life In Tents.
Included: 2-nights accommodations breakfast and lunch
4 hours guided ATV tour to Cape Clear
5-6 hours guided hiking tour to Second Forks Falls Falls of Celtic music influenced by the Gaels, Acadiens and Mi’kmaq.
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