7 Longest Canadian Biking Trails


24,000 km (15,000 miles) across Canada, offering diverse landscapes and terrains.

The Great Trail (Trans Canada Trail): 


470 km (290 miles) across Prince Edward Island, featuring scenic farmland, villages, and coastal areas.

The Confederation Trail: 


300 km (186 miles) in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, renowned for its coastal vistas and challenging terrain.

The Cabot Trail: 


650 km (404 miles) in British Columbia, showcasing mountains, canyons, and vineyards along the historic railway.

The Kettle Valley Railway Trail: 


300 km (186 miles) across Alberta, following a former railway line through small towns, prairies, and forests.

The Iron Horse Trail: 


232 km (144 miles) in Quebec's Laurentian region, offering beautiful landscapes, lakes, and historical sites.

The Petit Train du Nord: 


480 km (298 miles) in Newfoundland and Labrador, providing a scenic coastal route with fjords, cliffs, and fishing villages.

The Viking Trail: 

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