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Canada’s 15,000-Mile “Great Trail” Will Be the Longest Car-Free Route on Earth

 

There was a cross country course started in Canada in 1992 named The Great Trail. The trail is now 87% complete and it extends to a distance of 20,770 kilometers now, stretching across 13 provinces and territories ranging from British Columbia to Newfoundland. Tentatively, this will be completed in 2017 and the entire 24,000 kilometers will be the longest car-free trail on this planet.

The vast expanse of Canada is covered in this route and there will be a journey from urban centers to the countryside serene paths. The Great Trail is also a boost for the environment and it will make the people healthy as well.

People who are interested in trails are welcome to check this trail out and you will be amazed to know that 26% of the trail is present on water and you will have to make use of different methods such as horses, cycling, horseback riding etc.

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