My plan is to start ride from Halifax and around New foundland, down to Quebec and end up in Montreal.
If somebody have any input on this it will help me a lot because i know very little about Canada.
I plan to go in August-September to avoid traffic, insects and expensive beds.
-Is it best to bicycle on the north of Nova Scotia or south. If i go north i will bike thru the highland natural park and probably less traffic but it will be a longer trip than compared to bike the south of the island?
-Does it matter if i start my trip around New foundland from Channel Port-aux-Basques or from Placentia Bay?, ups and downs will probably be the same?, and what about wind directions?
-Someone on the forum said that following the railway from Moncton and down to Quebec is a easy way with little traffic, after studying the map it looks like it is.
-From Quebec to Montreal it seem to me that its best to ride thru Ste Croix and down to Sorel.
-Does it exist bears in this areas?
-Is it enough to only carry a summer sleeping-bag in August - September in this part of Canada?
-How long time should a average tourer that have plenty of time calculate for this trip?