Looking for adventure this fall?
Embark on an active Atlantic adventure of a lifetime and explore the Celtic culture of Cape Breton Island! With tickets to four Celtic Colours performances, six nights of accommodations, and plenty of guided excursions included, this multisport & music package is sure to leave you in awe.
Marvel at the stunning fall colours while exploring Highlands National Park, stand up paddle along Bras D'Or Lake and the Margaree River, and enjoy EPIC delicious local cuisine. Bryan Picard is a renowned chef and we will have a private Bite House Outdoor Dining Experience with him on this trip! This alone is something you won't want to miss. You'll enjoy an amazing intimate tasting menu at his farmhouse in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.
Fall colours will be at their peak, so don't miss out on this unique opportunity to experience all that Cape Breton has to offer!
*The itinerary will need to maintain some flexibility to accommodate the weather and the schedule of the Celtic colours festival program.
Bite House Experience with Chef Bryan Picard
The Bite House Outdoor Dining Experience is arguably one of the top foodie events in the Maritimes (maybe Canada); Bryan Picard will be gracing us with a private dining experience. He ran a super popular restaurant called the Bite House out of his home in Baddeck, Nova Scotia for the last 7 years. We will join him for an exclusive outdoor tasting menu at his farmhouse. Listen to Brian on Spotify.
Celtic Colours Music Festival
Held every autumn, the festival features performances by some of the world-class Celtic musicians in venues all over Cape Breton. So whether you're a lover of traditional Irish tunes or prefer modern takes on Celtic rock, there's sure to be something for you at the Celtic Colours International Festival!
Margaree River SUP Experience
THIS ADVENTURE IS INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED
This is a fun trip for all skill levels SUP paddle and multi-day trip.
- Must be able to paddle at a leisurely pace for up to 2 hours with rest breaks.
- Must feel comfortable hiking in uneven, slippery terrain for 5-6 hours with rest breaks.
- Must be willing to embrace Celtic music and enjoy the singers and dancers that go with it.
Wanna chat with Pam before you book? Book a time here.
MEET YOUR SUP LEADER
Hi! I'm Pam!
I am a certified Paddle Canada SUP Basic & Advanced Flatwater Instructor, as well as a Coastal Touring 1 Instructor. My goal is to share a love of the ocean, from the perspective of paddling and ocean literacy in order to foster connections between people and between people and the sea. My teaching style emphasizes safety & technical skills while having fun in a positive, supportive environment.
Having studied Marine Biology at the University of Guelph & Commercial Photography at Sheridan College, I am blending my passions through teaching SUP in BC and ON. My love of the water has led me to many aquatic pursuits - canoeing as a child, competitive sailing, sprint canoe/kayak racing and long-distance Outrigger Canoe racing before discovering the sport of Stand Up Paddleboarding.
Cabot Trail Road, Ingonish, NS, Canada
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