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Every day Canadians from all walks of life are using the longest recreational Trail in the world. The Trans Canada Trail when fully complete will cover 18,078 Kilometers, of shared-use trail. The trail will accommodate five core activities: walking, cycling, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.

In Stephenville Crossing the Trail passes directly through the town and can be accessed in several areas. Residents and visitors alike use the trail in each season, for snowmobling, all terrain vehicle use(outside town limits), berry picking, hiking, cycling, and bird watching. The photos below show some of the trail in use.

Trail through Stephenville Crossing Another view of Trail as it passes the Prairie Pond Habitat Trail at back of Stephenville Crossing through bog   Old railbed trail at back of Crossing
Snowmobilers near trail in Stephenville Crossing  ATV'ers near Harry's River ATV on Trail in Stephenville Crossing Snowmobiles on trail through Stephenville Crossing

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