Organization: Canadian Government Travel Bureau
The Trans-Canada Highway goes from pretty to beautiful to breathtaking – this is breathtaking Roger’s Pass, Glacier National Park, British Columbia, Canada
This is Main Street, Canada. Five thousand miles of it. Five hundred bridges to cross. One billion dollars and a cast of thousands to produce. Fifteen years in the making. On the Trans-Canada Highway, you move across epic country, ever-changing and beautiful. You’ll skirt major cities, but they are easy to reach from the Trans-Canada.
And accommodations are excellent close by the highway, and there are picnic stops every 50 miles, overnight parks every 100 to 150 miles for campers.
How about it? What better year to see this majestic country than our Canadian Centennial year of celebration. Let us entertain you.
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