Scenic Drives Trails in Canada

Scenic Drives Trails in Canada
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41 - 1390 mi
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Canada has 28 scenic drives trails. These trails range from 41 to 1390 miles in length. The most popular trails are Melanson Falls, Kent Junction Falls and Tetagouche Falls. Trails.com member Wendy W. recently completed Alaska Highway (Southern Section).
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Paved highway from Whitehorse to Dawson City in the Yukon; 527 kilometers (327 miles). ...
Gravel road from Dawson City, Yukon Territory, to a junction with Taylor Highway in Alaska; ...
The headwater of Lower Meadow Brook is located just a few km/mi up from Kent Junction ...
Many waterfalls lie close to the highways and byways of our beautiful province. One of ...
Description: Wide gravel highway from Klondike Highway to Inuvik, Northwest Territories; ...
Paved and gravel byway from Stewart Crossing to Keno City, in the Yukon; 111 kilometers ...
Lindsay Falls is found in the Lindsay Valley recreational area of CFB Gagetown , the military ...
One of New Brunswick’s finest roadside waterfall sites, Briggs Mill Falls is located just ...
Grand Falls / Grand-Sault , dropping from a height of 23 m (75 ft), is said to be the ...
Christopher Brook is cradled amid a series of high mountains that make up the Appalac ...
In his 1864 report on the mines and minerals of New Brunswick, Dr. Loring Bailey described ...
Millstream (Sormany) Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in northern New Brunswick. ...
The remains of the old Hadley Mill in Dunlop still stand near Hadley Falls, even though ...
Bathurst Harbour has several rivers that flow into it. The second largest after the Nepisiguit ...
As it roars toward Chaleur Bay, the Nepisiguit River squeezes through a maze of granite ...
Atlantic salmon are abundant in the lower 30 km (18 mi) of the Nepisiguit River, due to ...
Paved highway from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, to Skagway, Alaska; 159 kilometers (99 ...
Paved/gravel highway from Tagish Road to Atlin, British Columbia; 94 kilometers (59 miles). ...
Like the Alaska Highway, the Canol Road was conceived during the early stages of World ...
Improved gravel road from Campbell Highway to Hyland River valley; passable for 132 kilometers ...
Gravel highway from Watson Lake to Carmacks through the Yukon interior; 602 kilometers ...
West of Liard River Hot Springs, the Alaska Highway follows the British Columbia-Yukon ...
Paved highway from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Delta Junction, Alaska; 2,238 kilometers ...
Improved gravel road from Dease Lake on the Cassiar Highway to Telegraph Creek; 119 kilometers ...
A paved highway from a junction with the Cassiar to Hyder, Alaska; 66 kilometers (41 miles). ...
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