This cycling trip on the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia is one of the world's greatest rides. The scenic splendor of the Cabot Trail is best appreciated by bicycle. Exploring the breathtaking coast and highlands of the Cabot Trail, you will see why Nova Scotia got its name, meaning New Scotland. These tours will make you appreciate both the fullest and the scenic magnificence of the paved trail and allow you to savour and fully appreciated at the speed of your bicycle.
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.