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World Longest Walk way where no Roads in Canada

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in Canada
Almost 25 years ago, back in 1992, Canada began building its cross-country course called The Great Trail. Today, it’s 87% completed, spanning 20,770 kilometers (over 12,000 miles) between 13 provinces and territories from Newfoundland to British Columbia. Slated for completion in 2017, the full route will stretch 24,000 kilometers (nearly 15,000 miles), representing the longest recreational trail on earth.

Above image via @sarahrosewalks
World Longest Walk way where no Roads in  CanadaImage via @karma2013_pitbull

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @tctrails

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @tctrails via @taylormichaelburk

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @sarahrosewalks

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @melina.querel

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @getlostandwander

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @canyonk9

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via Anthony DeLorenzo

World Longest Walk way where no Roads in CanadaImage via @harrytrails
World Longest Walk way where no Roads in Canada
Image via The Great Trail
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