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Friday, 12 August 2022 13:38

A Motorcycle tour around Canada

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top 4 winter motorcycle toursCanada is a vast country, with nearly one-fifth of the world's fresh water and a landscape that stretches from snow-capped mountains in the west to lowland forests in the east. Between lie fertile farmlands, deciduous forests, and lakes and rivers that thread their way through fruitful valleys.

A motorbike tour presents the opportunity to see and experience this diversity while being able to weave between the many provincial borders. Some key stops you should make include:

 

  1. Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a spectacular vista of waterfalls, reflecting pools, and rock formations. It is the perfect stop-over location for anyone desiring to see Canada's natural splendor. You can also find the famous cave of the winds here.

A boat tour of the falls will give you a chance to get up close to the cascades and appreciate their tremendous power.

 

  1. Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland

Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It offers rugged coastline, hiking trails, and waterfalls, all within an hour's ride of each other.

 

  1. Fallsview Casino

This casino is located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains on Vancouver Island and is accessible by ferry. It has a vast selection of slot machines, table games, restaurants, and gift shops. Canada’s biggest casino streamer Brian Christopher Slots is known to play at the Fallsview. Perhaps you might even meet him and his fans at a slots machine.

Besides that, the casino has a water-park with a river walk, water chutes, and a wave pool. 

 

  1. The Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta

The Waterton Lakes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Rocky Mountains of Canada's Western province of Alberta. It was named a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in 1989 and is home to hundreds of animal species, thousands of plant species, and several varieties of rocks.

A guided tour of this national park will allow you to experience its natural beauty and the many activities, including hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, and camping. The park is open all year round.

 

  1. St. John's Signal Hill National Historic Site

 

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This site was a vital communication hub in the city of St. Johns when the transatlantic cable got laid in the 19th century. It has been designated as a National Historic Site of Canada and now gets used for camera obscure viewings, panoramic photography, concerts, and weddings.

Besides that, Signal Hill is a great place to visit if you want to learn more about the history of Newfoundland and its relationship with Europe.

 

  1. Cap-Rouge National Historical Park

A 20-minute ride on your bike from Quebec will allow you to visit one of the largest French fortresses in North America. The park got built in 1659 to defend the city's population and strategic resources from the British. Today, you can find over 150 buildings from that period within the park's walls.

This park is an excellent destination for anyone interested in learning more about Canadian history and nature.

 

  1. Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy is a spectacular place if you're on your bike tour to see the many waterfalls that adorn the area. The highest tides in the world are found here, and the average tide difference between high and low tides exceeds 50 feet.

Ideal for swimming, kayaking, fishing, or just relaxing, this bay is excellent for those interested in nature and recreation.

 

  1. Halifax Waterfront, Nova Scotia

Halifax Waterfront is a popular stop on any biking tour of Canada. This beautiful city lies along the Atlantic Ocean and has a busy seaport and a boardwalk alongside the harbor that stretches for two miles. It is also home to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which houses an interactive exhibit about seafaring in Canada's past. In particular, Harley riders will enjoy this part of the tour.

Halifax also offers numerous spots to eat, drink and shop as a tourist destination.

 

  1. Winnipeg Rail Museum

The Winnipeg Rail Museum is a must-see destination for any biking traveler who loves trains and railroads.

This museum houses many pieces of railroad equipment, including one of the world's largest and most iconic locomotives, which got built by the Canadian Pacific Railroad in the 1920s.

With over 500 different artifacts, this museum is an excellent place to learn more about Canada's railroad history.

 

  1. Vancouver's Stanley Park

This park is home to camping and many other recreational activities. The park is also made up of gardens and heritage buildings, making it an excellent destination for people who enjoy discovering the past.

Stanley Park is also ideal for biking because it boasts of paved trails as well as food and drink establishments.

 

The Bottom-line

Canada is home to many remarkable places, and a tour by bike is a unique way to see them while also taking a break from the hassles of traveling. Plan your next vacation to Canada by bike and make it a memorable experience.

Last modified on Saturday, 13 August 2022 03:58
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