Trip Ideas

The best part about Atlantic Canada is you’re never too far away from the next trail, beach or brewery.

  1. Day
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    60 KMs
    Provinces
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    White Rock to Fundy

    Built on a former gypsum mine, the white rock that makes White Rock is part of this fast and fun trail network! Located in the village of Hillsborough, White Rock is a short drive from Moncton. We recommend riding White Rock in the morning, and then continuing on a coastal drive on the 114 toward Alma.

    A beach stop at UNESCO Fundy Biosphere Reserve – Waterside Beach is an epic picnic lunch stop! Enjoy an afternoon rip down Whitetail before continuing homeward or checking in to your site in Fundy National Park. Unpack that cooler, get that campfire started, relax, and get ready to ride more of the Park the next day!

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    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    95 KMs
    Provinces
    • Green Circle
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    Riding Granite at McIntosh Run & The Wall at The Railyard

    If you’re in the Halifax area, you will definitely want to check out the granite trails in McIntosh Run! The popular Fight Trail is a great loop to get the granite whaleback riding experience with city and ocean views!

    On your way to or from the Halifax area, be sure to stop in Truro and check out the Railyard! This bike park has a few wooden features for those who like a challenge.

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    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    70 KMs
    Provinces
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    The Acadian Peninsula

    The coastal drive between Bathurst and Caraquet is a new Brunswick gem. Pass through French speaking Acadian fishing villages on your way to explore the technical terrain at MFB Chaleur or the flow at Club plein air de Caraquet. If shellfish are your jam, you’re apres-ride experience is going to be awesome.

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    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    15 KMs
    Provinces
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    Brookvale and BonShaw

    If you have a day available to check out the mountain biking highlights of the Island, be sure to ride Bonshaw and Brookvale as these trail networks are only 15 minutes apart!

    The Bonshaw trail network is just 20 minutes from Charlottetown and Borden and spans throughout the Strathgartney Provincial Park and the Bonshaw Provincial Park. The 25km of trails are perfect for intermediate and advanced riders. The Brookvale Nordic Centre is another 15 minute drive and is a mountain bike destination for riders of all levels. With over 20km of varied singletrack and a pump track in the parking lot, it’s a must ride while on PEI for individuals, families or groups. The trail network consists of a combination of flat, smooth terrain, flowy machine built trail and old-school rooty, technical riding all carved through the famous red PEI dirt!

  5. Day
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    136 KMs
    Provinces
    • Green Circle
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    New Zion and New England

    Located just under two hours from Saint John, the Minto Trails are definitely worth the day trip! Go from the rocky landscape in Saint John to the smooth-rolling sculpted hills in Minto.

    Minto’s trails offer unforgettable views as you ride along the ridges of an abandoned coal mining site. You’re going to have the chance to get lots of speed on these fast, flowy trails and develop new skills on steep climbs, steep descents and trails with a bit of exposure. Rockwood Park in Saint John is a nice contrast if you’d like to combine a couple of networks within a day in central New Brunswick.

  6. Multi-Day
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    480 KMs
    Provinces
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    North Shore of NB

    Want to shred the North Shore of NB? Then head to Sentiers Madawaska Trails in Edmundston for fast cross country trails, Sugarloaf Bike Park to check out the enduro and DH scene, and then onto Bathurst – MFB Chaleur, Caraquet and Miramichi to enjoy the culture and trails of the Acadian Peninsula!

     

  7. Multi-Day
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    560 KMs
    Provinces
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    The Tour of Nova Scotia

    This road trip takes you into the city and into the rural trail networks of Nova Scotia! Check out the granite trails in McIntosh Run before traveling to the Gorge to follow the Canada Cup riders’ tracks, then ride the wall in the Railyard, and find your flow in Keppoch!

  8. Week-Long
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    580 KMs
    Provinces
    • Green Circle
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    Gravity Fueled Trip – Atlantic Canada’s DH Parks

    Looking for a gravity fueled holiday?  Then check out the Down-Hill Parks in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Sugarloaf Bike Park has lift access and Keppoch runs shuttles on weekends.

  9. Multi-Day
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    100 KMs
    Provinces
    • Green Circle
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    Prince Edward Island – Why waste the dirt on a shirt? Ride the Red!

    Check out the red ribbon of trails flowing through the island. A great weekend getaway for the family who rides together as the trails suit the beginner through intermediate rider who loves to flow. End the day with a picnic on the beach and a swim in the ocean!

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    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    400 KMs
    Provinces
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    The Fundy Region

    If you are looking for a unique trail experience and amazing views, start by riding the coal miners’ landscape in Minto, then head south to ride the Rockwood Park singletrack in the port city of Saint John, continue to the coast to ride in Fundy National Park – an ideal spot for an overnight stay, and then finish off the tour with a rip through White Rock Recreational Area!

  11. Multi-Day
    Trail Networks:
    Distance between trails:
    175 KMs
    Provinces
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    Coastal Fundy – Saint John to Fundy National Park

    Want to enjoy a weekend road trip along the southern coast of New Brunswick? Check out the technical terrain in Rockwood Park located within the city limits of the port city of Saint John. Stay uptown and check out the local food and drink scene on one of the many harbour view patios! Travel on to Fundy National Park to find some flow on White Tail! Chignecto Campground is a short bike ride to the White Tail trailhead located next to the Chignecto Pavilion where you can cook up your lunch between rides. Stop in to Sussex to ride the Bluffs on your way back to the port city!

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