The first part of the trip heads to Winnipeg in Manitoba, and scopes out the carnival at the Morden Corn & Apple Festival, then head for Tinkertown and concludes with a stop at The Forks historic district before flying to Toronto.
The first day in Ontario is spent driving to smaller parks and attractions for coasters, including the Blue Mountain Ski Resort and Centreville Amusement Park, along with getting some great views from the Toronto Island Ferry.
The last day of the Ontario part of the Great Canadian Coaster Run includes a stop to see the incredible Niagara Falls from a walkway and decks along the Canadian Side of the Niagara River, and then a stop at the nearby Marineland for seeing Belugas and riding their two coasters.
The next part of this adventure heads to the Canadian Maritimes, starting with Prince Edward Island to visit Sandspit Cavendish and Shining Waters Family Fun Park, as well as exploring Prince Edward Island National Park and Avonlea Village.
The second day in the Canadian Maritimes includes stops in Halifax such as the Titanic Gravesites of Fairview Lawn Cemetery, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and walking around Halifax's City Center. From there, it's on to Annapolis Royal for the smaller amusement park, Upper Clements Park.
The last province of the Great Canadian Coaster Run is Quebec, and the first day there starts with a stop for the Viking mountain coaster at Mont Saint-Sauveur, followed by a visit for the animals and coaster of Granby Zoo, and a few rides the end the night at La Ronde.