Unique sites and beautiful landscapes are a few of the tourist attractions that the second largest country in the world boasts. There’s a fun fact. Canada is the second largest country in the world, and that in itself is a tourist attraction. Home to breathtaking natural wonders and vibrant, culturally rich cities, travelers get to explore the rocky mountains, Niagra Falls, and cities such as Victoria, Calgary, and Montreal. Gros Morne and Nahanni National Parks show the beauty and wealth that Canada has to offer in terms of wildlife. What if, you could visit all these places and even more, on a bike! Well, you are in for a treat because here is a guide for biking in Canada. Ontario’s Waterfront Trail tops the list and is a must-go destination for a bike ride. Both on and off-road, the trail extends from Quebec, all the way to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Ready to ride in the best trail in the world? Newly completed Route Verte offers a breathtaking view of humpbacks frolicking in the lovely, blue-hued St. Lawrence River. Wrapping up our biking in Canada list is the Newfoundland’s Viking Trail. This trail, striking, rugged and colorful, will have you going through the picturesque Gros Morne National Park to Newfoundland, to St. John’s where you could catch sight of spectacular icebergs. Getting ready for a bike ride requires some preparation, research and a few exercises, but provides one of the best experiences life has to offer! For this reason, one Patrick Lucas initiated the Aboriginal Youth Mountain Bike Program to teach the youth in rural indigenous communities how to develop mountain bike trails on top of a crash course on bike riding. These New mountain bike trails connect indigenous youth in rural B.C. bringing them together and getting them outdoors.