You won't find Kauzmann Trail in any travel books or promotional material. There are no fancy, professional helicopter photos in Calendars or on billboards. In all honesty, you probably won't find Kauzmann Trail at all. But if you do, and walk the 2km flat trail to the end of the earth that is Money Point, you will find a view that rivals the Skyline Trail, with only one difference. You will find it alone, because only a handful of people know the Kauzmann Trail exists.
The Kauzmann Trail is located on the Northeastern most protrusion of Cape Breton Island I like to refer to as "Cape Breton's Horn". It is a fair bit east of Bay Saint Lawrence, down the 6014, a dirt road people regularly question the purpose of. The trail entrance has no official markings, and could be just as easily mistaken for a deer path or a fisherman's trail.
If you would like to find the trail head, use this link for coordinates: Google Maps Kauzmann Trail
The trail is 2km long, and remains flat for the majority or the time. As far as difficulty goes, you could hike this trail at 65, but I don't recommend you wait that long. The first 1.5km feels much the same as any Cape Breton walk in the woods, until you reach the spur. There, you find yourself 1000 feet above the sea to your right, and 1000 feet above a gorge on your left. It is advised that you stay in the middle.
I did not find this trail. My brother did when he was geocaching in the Highlands. There is a small ammo box at the peak of the peninsula where you can sign your name to let the world know you've been there. He visited two years in a row, and the last name in the ledger was his.
Here's the link if you would like to find it: Kauzmann Trail Geocache
And here's a video of two very excited guys finding it.
If you find yourself with some free time this Summer, and looking for something a bit different, go find the Kauzmann. You won't regret it.
And I expect to see some more names in that ledger on my next visit.