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A front row seat to see the seasons change

We’re thrilled to feature a guest blog post from our friends at Trans Canada Trail! The trail is the longest recreational trail network in the world and connects Canadians and visitors to nature and to one another, from coast to coast to coast, through accessible and inclusive outdoor activities.

If you’re itching to get out and enjoy the fresh, crisp air as the seasons change this year, there are tons of places on the Trans Canada Trail just waiting for you to explore!

With over 28,000 kilometres of land and water trails, the Trans Canada Trail stretches from coast to coast to coast, so there’s no shortage of spots to see and experience. Spending time outside in nature is a great way to boost your mental and physical health!

Walking a dog in the snow

To get you started, check out some of these Journeys ideas, with details about sections of the Trans Canada Trail:

Whether you like to hike, bike, roll, horseback ride, ski, canoe or kayak, you can explore the Trans Canada Trail by picking the route that works best for you!

Man Cross Country Skiing

As you prepare for your Trail excursion, be sure to think about your health and safety too. Consider bringing a friend (or two!), sunscreen, a map/GPS, clothing that you can layer for warmth, appropriate footwear for the terrain, as well as energy-packed food and water to keep you fueled up! Make a trip plan and share the details with someone else so they’ll know where your route will take you and where you plan to start and finish.

Feeling ready?

Go for it – and enjoy your time outside!

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