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Discussion in 'Canada' started by Deadly99, Jun 28, 2010.
Here's hoping for 2021!
We will still be here next year! Just means you have more time for detailed planning. The mosquitoes are brutal here this summer anyways (just trying to make you feel better).
I grew up in Northern sask, nowhere near the TCAT but I’ll agree it’s a beautiful place as soon as you get off of the trans Canada Hwy and the people are awesome....and it has the highest number of days of sunshine in Canada!
The TCAT does venture into a bit of northern Sask in Narrow Hills Provincial park
Over the years I have had few finish up the TCAT here and tel me the prairies were some of the best parts. I guess if your pounding it out on the woods trails for a length of time the contrast to space and scenery is noteworthy.
Thanks for posting that video @powderzone. It was inspiring.
Anyone heard from Ross in Kelowna?
Nice drone work in that video, pretty scenery you were riding through.
It has been years since he posted, it seems strange that he is not following as the interior of BC route was his baby..
We (“ the Kiwis”) stayed with Ross and his wife for 2 nights during our TCAT ride 7 years ago, and enjoyed their great hospitality. I emailed him some time back with no reply. Hopefully all is ok with them.
Cool, I didn’t realize it went that far north. That’s beautiful country.
Is there anywhere one can get GPS files for the Ontario portions of the TCAT? I have emailed a few weeks ago but not heard back. Hoping to try some of the route out. I don't even mind if it's an older version of the files.
Ted is not the swiftest getting back to people, you could try to PM him here? The man behind it is Deadly99.
If you can find a gpx somewhere I would very like if you can share it too
I'm from Ottawa, but looking to explore new route
Thanks in advance
All of the GPX files are available through the graveltravel.ca website.
the files are not available for direct download...you have to request them and it seems it takes weeks or more for a response according to previous posts
EDIT...well I'll have to eat those words. I emailed Ted at 1:59 pm today and got a response with the TCAT R8.0 file at 2:14 pm
Between Whitbourne and Markland in Newfoundland.
Thanks for the heads up. 3 or 4 of us are heading out the first week of July this year. Is the section from Red Lake south to Kenora good (for now)?
Washout has been fixed.
I still recommend turning LEFT off conifer road towards red lake, rather than right towards ear falls. Cooler route and Red Lake is a cool place to hang (you can hang at my place).
As far as I know, Kenora to Red Lake is fine via Conifer - long-legged - suffle. Fill up in Kenora as seperation lake campground may not be open (call to confirm).
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