My tour

Canada Coast to Coast Section 3


I North of Superior 1

This is the third section of the Canada Coast to Coast. Pedaling along the lakes and through the boreal forests that characterize the Canadian Shield. Highlights: Lake of the Woods, Wawa Goose and Sleeping Giant Lake Superior.

Recreational, Road bike
18 days
1510 km / 938 mi
$ 5,525.-

    Note the price of this tour is in Canadian dollars except for the US$150.- extra registration fee.

    Deposit US$170.-
  • 8 Nights in hotels, 10 Nights of camping (bring your own camping gear)
  • Most dinners, Most breakfasts, All roadside lunches.
  • Vehicle to carry your bags, GPS tracks & route notes, Experienced tour leader, Sweep rider, Bike mechanic, Medic.
  • Commemorative tour medal, Pre-tour information bulletins.
  • Not included: Flights and transfer to and from the tour. Gratuity guides



Recreational, Road bike
18 days
Easy = untrained, normal physical condition
Moderate = regular cyclist, good condition
Challenging = experienced, well trained
Guided = with cycling guide(s) - support van
Self Guided = individual - directions+maps
Daily distance
80-100 km / 50-62 mi
Total distance
1510 km / 938 mi
Deluxe = 4-5 star hotel or excellent B&B
Basic = 1-2 star hotel/motel or B&B
Camping = tent, sports hall or campus
Camping, full board
Luggage transport
Daily luggage transfers
Not included
21 Jul 2021 - 06 Aug 2021
Sault ste.Marie
Airport at start
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
Airport at finish
Airport Sault Ste. Marie


Price per person
The tour price per person
$ 5,525.-


North of Superior

This scenic section begins in Winnipeg, considered to be the geographic centre of Canada. While the first couple of days riding will take place on the boundless prairie, the landscape will soon begin to change as the cyclists approach the ancient Canadian Shield. Once they cross the border into the province of Ontario, lakes will begin to appear surrounded by an immense boreal forest. A rest day in Fort Francis will give the riders an opportunity to test out their abilities in that most Canadian of watercraft, the canoe.

A couple of riding days later the riders will spin into Thunder Bay, home to the Sleeping Giant, Nanabijou. From there the route hugs the rugged coast of lake Superior. Known in the Ojibwe language as Gitche Gumee, the lake is by surface area, the largest lake in the world and is legendary for its unpredictable weather. Even in summer the average water temperature is 2C, ensuring that sweaty riders will enjoy a very refreshing dip. The route continues past the famous statue of a Canada Goose in Wawa before coming to an end in Sault Ste Marie.

Map & Routes

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