Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, Bike tour

Nova Scotia Bike Tour offers up yet another bike-it list destination to Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces. The Nova Scotia bike tour offers one of the top cycling destinations in North America with majestic ocean views and seafood to enjoy throughout the tour. We have incorporated healthy mileage, all the sights and several days along the majestic Cabot Trail into our Nova Scotia bike tour. It should be noted that Nova Scotians are exceptionally friendly to cyclists and most of the time give us the entire lane when passing from behind.


  • The Nova Scotia bike tour offers one of the top cycling destinations in North America with majestic ocean views.
  • The majestic Cabot Trail
  • Seafood to enjoy throughout the tour


TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration7 days
LevelUpper moderate, Challenging
Daily distance15 – 40 mi
Total distance400 mi / 644 km
Group sizeMin. 10
BicycleNot Included
States or countryCanada
Airport startHalifax Stanfield airport YHZ
Airport finishHalifax Stanfield airport YHZ

Starting from $ 3,465.00

*Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability *

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