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Meat Cove (High Meadow), Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
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After climbing through hardwood and pine forest, hikers are treated to high meadows of flowers and berries overlooking the ocean and river gorge.  In July, the wild strawberries ripen and can be picked for a sweet-tart snack.

The Gulf of St. Lawrence stretches out in the distance and the island of St. Paul is visible on the horizon. Below, the Meat Cove Brook cuts through a gorge finding its way to the sea.  To the south, wilderness.

The little fishing village of Meat Cove is the northernmost settlement on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia.  To visit, you must leave the blacktop road 8 miles from town to follow a winding graded dirt and gravel road through the wilderness into the village.

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Uploaded: 21/07/2013
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Tags: river; ocean; outdoors; nature; gorge; meadow
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