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Canada Off Roading, ATVing and 4x4ing


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Canada off road adventures are enjoyed in the rural and wilderness sections of the country on ATVs, dirt bikes, dune buggies and 4x4 vehicles.

The peak time for off roading is during the late spring, summer and early fall seasons. Most Canada off roading adventures follow a vast network of gravel roads and spur roads deep into the wilderness backcountry.

Many of these gravel roads are deactivated logging and mining roads - some are still active. So... always keep an eye out for large logging and mining trucks.

There are plenty of opportunities for self guided off roading in Canada. All riders who embark on a self guided trip into the wilderness should have a good map, gps, rain gear and common sense.

Many Canada off road tours provide experienced and knowledgeable guides, reliable equipment, riding lessons and meals. Some even provide wilderness backcountry accommodations. There are also a few off road adventure companies which provide multi day tours with wilderness camping


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Canada Off Roading, 4x4

Some Canada Off Roading Tips

- always wear a helmet- bring sunglasses and sun screen.
- pack bug repellant.
- never off road on your own as it can be dangerous.
- look ahead while riding not down so you can avoid rocks and obstacles.
- keep a loose grip on the steering wheel and keep your thumbs out of the
- center section of the wheel therefore avoiding broken thumbs.
- off road tour companies provide equipment, guides and lessons.
- pack rain gear.
- dress in layers as weather changes quickly out on the trails.
- wear bright colors so you are easily identifiable.
- do not litter on the roads and trails.
- off road trails are sometimes shared with hikers and horseback riders.
- make a note of your minimum ground clearance.