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The Kwakiutl totem pole on Île de Notre-Dame, Montreal © Jennifer Mahon
Dear <<First Name>>

The sun is shining, the sky is blue and Canada’s natural wonders are beckoning. And although this summer feels different, the outdoors is still yours to explore. We’re open for you to do it all, and to do it safely!

While some might not feel ready to go on a multi-day vacation yet, there are still plenty of opportunities to recreate responsibly on day trips along The Great Trail of Canada. Simply check out some of our suggested day trips below (or use our online map to find a Trail section closer to you) to plan your next adventure. Our national guidelines also have some helpful information, including tips on what to bring. We always pack some hand sanitizer, toilet paper and a mask or face covering, but don’t forget the usual suspects – sunscreen, insect repellent, snacks and water!

This month, we’re also pleased to proceed with our CIP program, which is now accepting applications for Trail improvement projects for the next fiscal year. Our ability to provide grants to our Trail groups for this essential work is thanks to your ongoing support. We remain grateful for all donations we have received, and continue to receive. Your donations are vital to keeping TCT’s mission alive, so thank you!

As always, we grateful to everyone who’s been sharing their stories about how they’ve used trails in the past few months. It’s been wonderful to hear that so many of you have been enjoying nature safely, and discovering new hobbies along the way. So, keep those stories coming!
A day along Toronto’s Waterfront Trail
Taking in spectacular views of the CN Tower, the Toronto Islands, historical Fort York and numerous other attractions, this section of the Trail is ideal for urban adventurers. Discover the sights and sounds of Canada’s largest city with this one-day experience.
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An accessible delight for the senses:
A one-day adventure along the Salt Marsh Trail
If you can imagine a series of outdoor environments, each with a particular background, acoustics, lighting, aromas and characters, you can begin to understand the magic of traversing the Salt Marsh Trail in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia.
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A stroll under Saskatchewan’s skies along the Lumsden
Just steps away from the small town of Lumsden, the Qu’Appelle Valley beckons. This region, characterized by the wide Qu’Appelle River, rolling hills and Saskatchewan’s iconic skies, emphasizes the striking geographical contrasts that define this province.
Let's go!
Thank you, Hampton House!
COVID-19 restrictions didn't halt the fundraising efforts of Hampton House, a retirement home in Chilliwack, British Columbia. This year, residents brought their annual 'Toonies for the Trail' walk indoors and raised funds for TCT! Read about their day in this article from The Chilliwack Progress
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