Great Canadian Trails: A note on self-guided adventures
Self-guided cycling requires individuals to use problem-solving skills, to be adaptable and to have a keen eye. It’s recommended that individuals are comfortable reading a map and referring to route notes, while having a good sense of direction (or are willing to work on improving this!)
Sometimes route finding, losing your way, finding it again and asking the locals for help are all part of the adventure. If you’ve never been on a self-guided trip, you will get the hang of it after the first couple of days – as the vast majority of first-time travellers with Great Canadian Trails attest.
Please be assured that written material issued to you by Great Canadian Trails for route finding is updated regularly. Great Canadian Trails provide a seven-day service hotline in the event of any problems.