Follow our journey through the coastal rain forests of Vancouver Island to the breathtaking rockies of British Columbia.
Take witness to the beauty that is the Icefields Parkway and don’t forget the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller, AB.
Saskatchewan may be though of as flat, but it is far from flat! Watch the unfolding landscape in the “Land of the Living Skies”
Manitoba is beautiful as you cross the barrier between the Prairies and into the Canadian Shield.
Ontario was our biggest province by far both in distance and difficulty. View the changing landscapes as we descend through the Canadian Shield.
Ah Quebec, Quebec was an absolute joy to cycle through. The scenery was breathtaking, the people friendly and La Route Verte made for very easy cycling.
As we entered New Brunswick our journey was beginning to come to a close. We were now at the Atlantic Ocean with only 4 provinces to go!
Prince Edward Island was short and sweet. We were only there for 2 days but a great couple of days they were! Beautiful landscapes, fresh ocean air and potatoes as far as the eye could see!
Nova Scotia was beautiful but very rocky and hilly. We met some interesting characters along the way and pushed ourselves hard. This beautiful province won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
My favourite province of them all, not only for its beauty but because it marked the end of our journey. Port Aux Basques to Cape Spear was absolutely stunning and a ride I would like to repeat sooner rather than later.