Trans Canada Trail British Columbia

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The Trans Canada Trail measures more than 1,750 kilometres from the Rocky Mountains to Vancouver Island – and that’s just southern British Columbia. The northern section of the trail follows the Alaska Highway for more than 1,000 km from Watson Lake, Yukon, to the B.C.-Alberta border.

Trans Canada Trail: British Columbia, the official guide, is a step-by-step guide with 64 detailed maps, 185 colour photographs and features on B.C.’s environment, wildlife and history.

The Trans Canada Trail offers something for all adventurers, from easy day hikes, three-day cycling trips or month-long journeys across all terrain. For that, you’ll need campsite and accommodation information, services, trail access points and alternate routes and side trips – all provided in this handy guide.

Published by: Whitecap Books

Available at: local bookstores

List price: $29.95

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