Cabot Trail Bike


Freewheeling Adventures

2118 Hwy 329


B0J 1T0

South Shore



This is one of the world’s greatest rides; one that all touring cyclists should have on their “must-ride” list! The beautiful coast – the most dramatic in Nova Scotia - meets the breathtaking highlands in ways that make you appreciate both to the fullest and the scenic magnificence of the paved trail can be really savoured and fully appreciated at the speed of your bicycle. The landscape and the people may demonstrate to you why Nova Scotia’s name means New Scotland.

You will have opportunities to explore the valley of the Margaree River, rich with salmon and its pursuit, to watch whales from a zodiac that gets you up close, to play golf on the famous Highland Links, and on some days to expand your rides onto beautiful wooded trails, all while staying at inns famous for their individuality and charm. Many find the highlight a ride through beech woods to salmon pools, where salmon sometimes leap on their way upstream, and you can swim in deep pools below clear waterfalls. The cycling, although manageable by most cyclists (and van-supported for the rest!) includes some challenging sections.

Combining such awe-inspiring scenery, out-of–the-way charm, unusual inns, exceptional cuisine, and particularly friendly locals makes this loop ride an exquisite experience you simply must have!

Trip history:

Nova Scotia is Freewheeling’s home province. Founders Cathy and Philip exercised their exploratory spirits here first, and they still have a deep love for its subtle beauty, relaxed lifestyle, and friendly people. You will benefit from an intimate knowledge of Nova Scotia by most Freewheeling Adventures staff.

Price: $1995 guided and $1695 self guided.

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Coupon: P7281
Conditions: 2014 Guided Dates: May 25-30; Jun 1-6; Jun 15-20; Jun 29-Jul 4; Jul 13-18; Jul 27- Aug 1; Aug 10-15; Aug 24-29; Sep 7-12; Oct 5-10. (fall foliage). Add your own dates
Admission: A five night, six day, challenging cycling adventure on a paved 200-mile loop.