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Approximately 18,000 kilometers of recreational trails and paths running through all Canadian Provinces and territories.
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24 Jul 2015
“Kings Highway; Fort Francis to Thunder Bay”
6 Apr 2015
“Biking the TTC in Dundas Ont”
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Reviewed 24 July 2015

Every mile of this 4 hour trip was a picture post card! The road is very good, and thinly trafficked. The lake district extends nearly to Thunder Bay. There are very few service or support/food/restroom stops and you should fill your gas tank, visit the...More

Thank royboy3
Reviewed 7 April 2015 via mobile

While visiting Dundas Ont on the weekend I was happy to have my first bike this season on the Trans Canada Trail running through Dundas Ontario. Despite the bit of snow I biked a section running from the shoppers drug Mart through the conservation area....More

Thank Outandabt
Reviewed 29 October 2014

Part of the Trans Canada trail is the Casque Isles Hiking Trail. It is 53 km from Rossport Ontario to Terrece Bay Ontario, passing through Rainbow falls and Schreiber. I hiked 12km from Rainbow falls to Rossport. What a beautiful sight that was. Lots of...More

1  Thank RandiGirl88
Reviewed 16 June 2013

Tail average needs to be surfaced Very narrow Need Hybrid bike to be effective great scenery Muddy in some spots Watch for the picnic areas wort the stop One stop for food 1.8 k off the trail watch for the sign Kinsol trestle is worth...More

Thank vicvolley
Reviewed 7 September 2012

The Trans Canada Bike trail on the west coast of Cape Breton runs for 52 miles from Port Hastings in the south to Inverness in the north. You actually have to get on the southern end at Troy off Route 19 N. The trail before...More

4  Thank tonyvanilla
Reviewed 11 June 2012

I have done the trail between St Tite Des Caps and Anse Aux Vaches a couple of times. St Tite Des Caps is about an hour from Quebec city - the trail begins at St Tite Des Caps. St Tite Des Caps is connected by...More

1  Thank AthmaGyaan
Reviewed 11 February 2012

I have been on the T.C.T. in Brantford, Simcoe and Tillsonburg Ont. and I can't express how grateful we should all be for such a magnificent trail system. While some sections are more visually attractive than others they all offer pleasure to lovers of nature....More

1  Thank Bill A
Reviewed 28 July 2011

I travelled across Canada by train and was interested to meet other travellers who had deals with such things as free sleepers and get this.. some deals even gave free meals all day thrown in. I had a deal with a cheap sit up, but...More

3  Thank econgdon
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