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Great Canadian Trails (GCT), the latest division of adventure travel company World Expeditions, just launched its standalone website featuring many new cycling, hiking and/or paddling itineraries across Canada for 2016.
With the launch of its brand new website www.greatcanadiantrails.com, Great Canadian Trails is proud to present the largest variety of active holidays across Canada designed for adventure travellers. The growing selection now includes the Blueberry Bicycle Route in Quebec, Nova Scotia’s world famous Cabot Trail, the Nahanni River in the Northwest Territories, the stunning East Coast Trail in Newfoundland and British Columbia’s Kettle Valley Rail Trail.
With 25 adventures from coast to coast to coast, both guided and supported self guided hiking and cycling holidays, Great Canadian Trails offers innovative itineraries. Cycle across Prince Edward Island at your own pace with all of the logistics arranged and your luggage transferred to the next charming accommodation; complete an end to end hike along Ontario’s Bruce Peninsula without needing to camp; and hike with expert local guides and the full support of a camping crew on the remote Chilkoot Trail or the rugged Fundy Footpath without carrying a full pack – A concept completely new to these regions.
Great Canadian Trails also supports different networks of trails around the country. Included in all tour packages which use the Trans Canada Trail is a $100 donation to support the pan-Canadian project; on the Bruce Trail, a $50 donation to the Bruce Trail Conservancy; and on the East Coast Trail, $50 donation to the East Coast Trail Association.
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