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A winter stroll along the Trail in the Old Port of Montreal, Quebec. 
Happy New Year from Trans Canada Trail! We hope that, like us, you had a wonderful holiday season and that you're looking forward to the year ahead!

Speaking of the year ahead, I’m already taking a look at the Trail sections I can start exploring this year. However, it isn’t just the geographical and natural wonders along the Trail that make it special. It’s also the people and communities you meet and find along it.

That’s why I’d like to share some of the personal stories I’ve heard from four beautiful Trail sections during 2019 – from the ever-changing Atlantic coastline of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, along rail trails in Ontario and Quebec and right through a Saskatchewan valley. 

And if you’re already in the mood to pack your bags and start exploring, we have some ready-to-go itineraries to inspire and guide you!
Jane O'Faherty
Trans Canada Trail
Exploring the Salt Marsh Trail with local birder, Marty Zelenietz
Can you tell the difference between sparrows and chickadees, or sandpipers and greater yellowlegs? Take a stroll along the beautiful Salt Marsh Trail in Nova Scotia with Marty, and discover the diverse range of bird species that call this Trail section home.
Take me there!
Let’s go cycling with the volunteers of le parc linéaire des Bois-Francs!
What would The Great Trail be without its guardian angels? Join Claude, France and Jacinthe – the patrollers of le parc linéaire des Bois-Francs – as they make their Trail section safer and more enjoyable for everyone!
Take me there!
The Great Trail in Lumsden is our path
Photographer and writer Ali Lauren explains how the Trail has given her family “a space to spend time together, a space to hold hands and talk about the past, future and everything in between.”
Take me there!
It takes a community to care for the Trail in Kawartha
From the determined efforts of numerous local volunteers to the generous contributions of local businesses, it’s community support that ensures the beautiful Kawartha Trans Canada Trail continues to thrive.
Take me there!
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