The Cabot Trail is a highway and scenic roadway. It is located on Cape Breton Island, in Nova Scotia, Canada. The construction for the primary route was finished in 1932.
Why it is special: The Cabot Trail loops around the northern tip of the Cape Breton Island. 298 km in length, the Road was named after the explorer, John Cabot. The Trail covers every terrain on the island. While the northern part of the Trail goes through a National Park, both the eastern and western parts follow the coastline, and finally the southern part crosses a river valley along a lake.