GO REMOTE >>
Experience the vast untouched wilderness of Canada on one of our ground-breaking adventures


GO ACTIVE >> Cycling, walking and/or paddling


 

Great Canadian Trails (GCT) emerged as the specialist active Canadian holiday division of World Expeditions, offering a range of supported self guided and small group guided adventures from coast to coast. In Canada, there is no shortage of beauty and wonder awaiting the active traveller. Experience different landscapes and communities at handlebar level, hike rugged sections of the Trans Canada Trail, and explore the dramatic mountain trails of the West.


For a bigger challenge, haul a full pack on the West Coast Trail or strap on some crampons for a mountaineering course in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. With a growing selection of adventures drawing upon the country’s incredible network of trails and stunning national parks, we promise to inspire you with this vast country we call home.  


Your Canadian adventure awaits


 

 

 

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Save 15% on selected Canadian Arctic Adventures

 

Arctic Safari

Northwest Passage West to East

Northwest Passage East to West



Save 15% on the berth cost of one of these three Arctic adventures. Applies to new bookings made directly with Great Canadian Trails/World Expeditions office between July 8 and September 30, 2016. Valid on 2017 departures. Offer not redeemable in cash and cannot be combined with any other offer. Booking online promo code CANARCTIC.

FEATURED TRIP

East Coast Trail

Chilkoot Trail

Traverse extraordinary sections of Newfoundland's dramatic eastern coastline.


PROUDLY CANADIAN

From Canada with love


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WHY TRAVEL WITH US

Go Remote > Go Active

Great Canadian Trails offers unique active holidays. Experience the vast untouched wilderness of Canada.

 

MEET ROBIN ESROCK

Great Canadian Bucket List


Bestselling author and TV personality Robin Esrock spent years visiting every province and territory.