The Trans-Canada highway is a series of highways constructed to connect the nine Canadian provinces together in a ribbon of asphalt. Most Canadians live within a the first hundred miles or so of the Canada US border, so its natural this third longest highway in the world often hugs the border.
Canadian national identity is steeped in a love for the rugged natural beauty of the landscape. This road trip of a lifetime will traverse a wealth of scenery as you enjoy friendy Canadian culture.
In Ontario, the Trans-Canada highway passes through Canadian shield country, a type of rock, swamp, and lake country.