When it’s completed, the Trans Canada Trail will stretch from one end of our country to the other.

It will be the world’s longest network of multi-use recreational trails, comprising land and water routes across urban, rural and wilderness landscapes. It will stretch nearly 24,000 kilometres – from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans – through every province and territory. See every kilometer of our majestic country by traversing the trail on foot, cycle, portage, snowmobile, swim – even ride a horse! At present, it’s 86% done.

Now, thanks to a big donation from HSBC Bank Canada, The Duffins Creek Trail (the final major section needed to connect the Trans Canada Trail between Kingston and Toronto’s Harbourfront) will be completed by 2017. Sections of the Trail will meet the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) guidelines for accessibility on natural surface trails, and planned wayfinding and interpretive signage will support the goal of making this ecologically sensitive area accessible to the public while protecting the watershed.

Want to see where to get on the trail? Check out this interactive map. We can’t wait.