Beulach Ban Falls, Cape Breton– an almost hidden gem

August 7, 2010 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

We drove a curvy dirt road off the main Cabot Trail to find these falls.

Quiet back there, only the sound of the water rushing down and the birds. It felt like a piece of unspoiled Eden, so that even if there were a few of us there to see the falls, we didn’t talk much, but mostly absorbed the peace of the place.

If you’re on the trail, it’s worth a look.

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