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  1. CA | Hiking route
    | 7.06 km | EN
    The trail follows the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, one of the thirteen UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves in Canada, for almost 900 km (560 mi). The land the trail traverses is owned by the Government of Ontario, local municipalities, local conservation authorities, private landowners and the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC). More info Inspired by OSM.
  2. CA | Cycle route
    | 4.47 km | EN
    Cambie Street is a street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is named for Henry John Cambie, chief surveyor of the Canadian Pacific Railway's western division (as is Cambie Road, a major thoroughfare in nearby Richmond). More info Inspired by OSM.
  3. CA | Cycle route
    | 109 km | EN

    1080204 8of12 QC - 02d Oka, QC to Lanoraie, QC (Motel Villa D'Autray) 108km

  4. CA | Cycle route
    | 9920 km | EN

    1010003 Mainline 3 - Victoria, BC to Cape Spear, NL 9,919km (9,178.5km cycling and 741.3km ferries)

    You can download the whole network as a GPX file here 
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/bikeacrosscanada/permalink/2899726250096642/

  5. CA | Cycle route
    | 2.78 km | EN
    The Central Valley Greenway (CVG) is a 24-kilometre pedestrian and cyclist route in Metro Vancouver, running from Science World in Vancouver to New Westminster, through Burnaby. The greenway officially opened on June 27, 2009, with opening celebrations, guided bike tours, and walking tours on sections of the route. Despite its official opening, some sections are complete on an interim basis and are anticipated to be upgraded in the future. More info Inspired by OSM.

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