Join us in a spectacular journey on the Trans Canada Trail (TCT) as it stretches across the island of Newfoundland. Writer Sue Lebrecht is our experienced guide as we travel the trail's 883 kilometer length from Channel-Port aux Basques in the west to St. John's in the east. Forged on the footprint of the former Canadian National Railway, The TCT is rich with treasures, and this comprehensive book is the key to discovering them first-hand.
Lebrecht provides a wealth of insider information on people, weather and trail conditions, lodging and camping options and savvy tips on ideal day and weekend trips. Special sections explore both human and natural history, highlighting Newfoundland's unique attractions, from its mountains, rivers, lakes, valleys and bogs to its moose, birds and whales.
Each chapter is illustrated with easy-to-read maps, which make distances a breeze to tally and daily planning straight forward. Landmarks are likewise simple to spot, as map icons show at a glance lookouts, relic train stations, facilities, amenities and other points of interests.
With this hands-on guide to the trail that will eventually span Canada, you'll embark upon a trip that will last a lifetime.
Trans Canada Trail Official Guide