Day Tripper Trail Tour – The Great Trail Tour – Whycocomagh

Day Tripper Trail Tour - The Great Trail - Whycocomagh

$660/max 5 people
May - December 6 Hours ATV Touring

The Great Trail Tour - Whycocomagh

Starting on The Great Trail, the world’s longest recreational trail, with beautiful look-offs over Nova Scotia’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Ainslie. Optional stop at the Dancing Goat or The Lake’s restaurant (food orders not included in cost), travelling through the glen, short walk to local waterfall.

Stunning Scenery

From Nova Scotia's inland sea to its largest freshwater lake - this tour will help you appreciate Cape Breton's diverse landscapes!

Enjoy Nature

For those with mobility limitations, now you can get back into nature comfortably!

Waiver Form

You may print and sign the waiver form in advance of you arrival to save a step onsite before your scheduled tour.

Shuttle Pickup & Dropoff

All necessary safety gear, water and snacks are provided by TNT Outdoor Adventures Inc.

Incredible Highland Forest Tour

Experience being in the Acadian hardwood forest - hearing, smelling, seeing the natural beauty of Cape Breton Island.


Come and join the fun and excitement of off-road trail riding with TNT Outdoor Adventures Inc! Your driver is a certified UTV tour guide that will meet you in Whycocomagh at 9:00am and provide you with a safety briefing and COVID-19 Protocol. Helmets and safety glasses are provided by TNT. You should dress comfortably, for the forecasted weather conditions. Layers and sturdy footwear recommended; face covering/mask suggested, as sometimes we kick up a little dust! Gloves may be a good option as well. Snacks and water included. The tour is approximately 5-6 hours. Be prepared for fun!

5-6 Hour Tour
Seats maximum of 5 people
$660/day tour
  • Helmets and Glasses
  • Basic Training & Safety
  • Guided Off-Road Tour
  • Snacks and Water Provided


Get ready to see the southern Cape Breton Highlands and surrounding valleys and lakes from a whole new perspective!

Arrive 9am Whycocomagh Mountain

You will meet your TNT Outdoor Adventure tour guide at The Great Trail head in Whycocomagh, the world’s longest recreational trail, we will visit beautiful look-offs over the Bras d’Or Lakes, and Nova Scotia’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Ainslie

Noon - Lunch Break

Optional stop at the Dancing Goat or The Lake’s restaurant (food orders not included in cost), in Margaree. Or we can stop for a scenic picnic if you have brought lunch with you.

Afternoon Glen and Waterfall Tour

We will return travelling through the glen, and stop for a short walk to a local waterfall.

3-4PM Return to Whycocomagh
Arrive back at departure point.
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Come and join the thrill and excitement of travelling the Cape Breton Highlands by off-road trail!

You'll Ride in a 2022, 6 seater Side-by-Side Polaris Ranger
“Amazing trip; Great whitewater, food, and awesome guides. We had an amazing trip. Big group, but easily accommodated by Thrillz Co. The food was amazing, the weather was perfect, and the rafting was fun”
Doug Martin
“We had such a great time. Everything went over smoothly and our guide was very knowledgeable. I would absolutely recommend them to anyone. They really exceeded my expectations. I know I'll be back!”
Amy Johnson

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