Cycling the Cabot Trail in 4 Days
Velo Cape Breton
53 Petersfield Ct.
August 1st, 2014 to August 4th, 2014
The Cabot Trail: 300 km of paved roads, from softly rolling terrain to steep climbs winding its way through the quiet Margaree Valley on the first day, then following along the shores of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the scenic Highlands National Park to end along the scenic coastal Atlantic coast of Cape Breton Island. Cabot Trail in 4 days is a fully supported tour where everyone cycles at their own pace and style. No pressure.
Itinerary: Clockwise direction leaving the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s Bay on Friday August 1st to Monday August 4th.
Day 1 - to Margaree Harbour, 85km
Day 2 - to Pleasant Bay, 70km
Day 3 - to Ingonish, 71km
Day 4 - to Gaelic College, 71km
There will be an optional side tour suggested to shorten or lengthen the day’s ride.
We provide: 3 nights hotel/motel accommodation, luggage transportation, bike mechanic assistance, support vehicle at your service should you need a lift or other assistance, healthy meals Friday evening to Monday morning, Park fees, snack food enroute. Children 16 - 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Registration: before June 1, 2014, $50. (deductible from total cost);
between June 1 and July 14, 2014 - $75 (50$ deductible from total cost);
No registrations accepted after July 14, 2014. “First come, first served!”
The payment of registration fees will confirm a spot to the first 40 registered participants on the tour. A waiting list will be kept to fill vacancies if any. Those on the waiting list who do not get called to join the tour to replace a cancellation will be reimbursed 100%.
Preparation: Cycling the Cabot Trail requires a moderate level of fitness. Bicycles must be in good working order.
Detailed InformationCoupon: P7987
Conditions: Cancellation fees: $0 before June 1st; $35 from May 1st to June 15th; $50 from June 16th to July 14th. Note: Cancellations after July 14 will not be refunded.
Admission: Named one of the top 10 cycling destinations in the world by Lonely Planet in 2010, the Cabot Trail is a “MUST” on the log of every cyclists.