Seawall Trail Society

The Seawall Trail Society is ready to start planning the route for a multi-day hiking trail it hopes to cut through remote northern Cape Breton. Information Morning – Cape Breton gets an update on the Seawall Trail Project from Dave Williams, a member of the volunteer board:


This group is proposing a Hiking trail from Meat Cove to Pleasant Bay (Through the Polletts Cove / Aspy Fault Protected Area). It is a glorious idea in a beautiful spot. Have a look at their website at

Hello Everyone, Dave here with the Seawall Trail.  We’re excited to announce that on July 10th we’ll be holding a Trail Head Hike and Lobster Boil fundraiser!



When: Sunday, July 10th 2016

Where: At The Meat Cove Welcome Centre (hike starts here)

Lobster Dinner Only: $25 Hike: $100

Lobster Dinner and Hike: $120

Hike Start Time: 10:00 am

Lobster Dinner: 3:00 pm (start time)

The Seawall Trail Society is proud to offer a guided, 10 km hike along our future Trailhead. Our route will take you out of picturesque Meat Cove and north to the breathtaking tip of Cape St. Lawrence. The Lobster Dinner – open to everyone – includes a salad, roll, lobster, tea or coffee, and desert. Come enjoy some lobsters, come for just the hike, or be adventurous and come for both. Money raised by this fundraiser will help develop the Seawall Trail, a long-distance hiking trail connecting the communities of Meat Cove, Big Intervale and Red River. Confirmation or tickets not required, but please if you have a chance, drop us an email note if you are interested in attending – it helps us with our preparations:

You can donate to this community-driven Trail at the following places: 

Our website – 

Or directly on our campaign page – 

Once more, if you have questions, please contact me. Thank You Kindly,


Ray Fraser <>