With great fury, the MacIntosh Brook Falls along the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia, cascades over the rock ledges to the pool below. When MacIntosh Brook Falls runs at a slow pace, it is possible to hike over the rocks to get a good view but when the falls are racing, standing back to enjoy their beauty is the only option.
The Cabot Trail is a scenic drive where the waterfalls are breathtaking and the road winds around the rocky landscape and mountain peaks. Cape Breton Highlands National Park is one of the most exceptional wilderness regions throughout Canada consisting of woodland, tundra, bogs and an abundance of wildlife.
Nearly 30 trails run through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, some being fairly short hikes to see the beauty of waterfalls such as MacIntosh Brooks Falls while others are very challenging. Driving the Cabot Trail is what most do while visiting Nova Scotia but Cape Breton Highlands National Park also offers camping and golfing during the summer and skiing in the winter months.... continue below the picture...
MacIntosh Brook Falls in the North Mountain Range along the Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.