“love the adventure of hiking to an old gold mine”
The Clyburn Valley trail is a restful hike. There are no steep mountains to climb or descend. This is also a great family hike. The kids will love the adventure of hiking to an old gold mine. The Yukon is not the only place that has abandoned gold mines. Come to the Clyburn Valley trail in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park and you will see a place that will take you back to a time when finding gold was in the dreams of everyone. The Clyburn River Valley was the site of a gold mining operation at the turn of the century. Although gold was never actually discovered; a gold mining operation did exist for a couple of years. It closed in 1916.
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