Slow TV is the ultimate distraction-free background content, and it’s poised to take off.
On October 22, 2018, David Labistour, CEO of Mountain Equipment Co-Op (MEC), wrote an open letter that asked, “Do white people dominate the outdoors?”
ndividuals with disabilities should be able to enjoy all of the beauty that Canada has to offer. The Great Trail has a number of beautiful sections everyone can enjoy, and we feature seven of them here in provinces across the country.
Jacqueline L. Scott of Black Outdoors is a PhD student at the University of Toronto and an avid wilderness lover who leads various hiking and cycling groups in the Toronto area.
Stephanie Mayo is a travel blogger with a simple mission: she wants Canadians to get outside and explore more.
The Great Trail of Canada is the world’s longest network of recreational multi-use trails, and Canadians are rightly proud of this accomplishment.
Adrian Alphonso reflects on how the Trail has helped him connect with the beauty in his community and Winnipeg’s Indigenous history and culture, including his Anishinaabe heritage.
Explore the Great Trail with customized itineraries in BC, Manitoba, Quebec and Prince Edward Island.
Whether you seek quiet connection or adrenaline-fuelled adventure – the Trail can deliver.
Quebec photographer finds renewal and builds a legacy for the next generation on The Great Trail of Canada
Tourism Vancouver Island makes it a priority to maintain and expand accessibility on the Trail to open the experience to people of all abilities.
Trans Canada Trail contributor, Chúk Odenigbo, explains the strong linkages between nature and freedom.
Trans Canada Trail (TCT) and the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) are joining forces again to invite Canadians to find hidden treasure along The Great Trail of Canada.
Roadways make up around 30 per cent of The Great Trail and are popular with touring cyclists. A cycling trip between communities can be enjoyed with a focus on safety.
An Ontario woman who has enjoyed the Trail for decades becomes a legacy donor to help ensure future generations can experience its wonders.
For many years, well-known Canadians have lent their energy and enthusiasm to help us build the Trail.