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Activities Northwest Territories

Adventure

Aurora Wonderland Beck's Kennels Yellowknife
Great Canadian Adventure Centre (888) 285- 1676
Narwal Northern Adventures 4702 Anderson Thompson Blvd, Yellowknife
True North Safaris Box 26, Yellowknife X1A 2N1 (867) 873-8533
Tugah Northern Experiences Traditional Dogsledding
Tundra North Tours Box 2785, 69 Mackenzie Rd, Inuvik (867) 678-0510
Wilderness Travel Trout Rock Lodge Dog Sledding

Air

Arctic Wings Box 1916, Inuvik X0E 0T0 (867) 777-2220

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Hunt & Fish

Hunt

Rendezvous Lake Hunting, Fishing & Guiding Lodge Tuktoyaktuk, (867) 977-2406

Fish

Andrew Lake Lodge & Camps Lynx Tundra Lodge Fort Smith  (780) 464-7537
Blanchford Lake Lodge & Conference Resort
Frontier Fishing Lodge on Great Slave Lake (877) 465-6843
Hearne Lake Lodge
Kasba Lake lodge (800) 663-8641
Peterson's Point Lake Lodge
Plummer's Arctic Lodges Online
Sandy Point Lodge 13 Industrial Dr, Hay River, X0E 0R6 (867) 874-2303
Tukto Arctic Fly-in Fishing Lodges (mail) Box 249, Nestor Falls, Ontario P0X 1K0
Yellow Dog Lodge (403) 875-2645
Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures

Tours

Dog Team Ride Experience Yellowknife
My Backyard Tours PO Box 447, Yellowknife,  X1A 2N4 (867) 920-4654

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The Trans Canada Trail is a proposed 18,078-kilometre (11,233 mile) corridor in Canada. The creation of the trail was announced as part of Canada's 125th anniversary celebrations in 1992. Much of the trail has been built as a rail trail along defunct rail lines donated to the provinces by CPR and CNR rail. It is expected that when complete, it will be the longest recreational trail in the world.
The trail is a multi-use trail. Depending on the section the trail, it may allow hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, cross country skiers, all-terrain vehicles and snowmobilers.
It has been largely funded by Canadian federal or provincial governments. There have also been corporate donors and individual donors. An individual can donate $50 and have their name inscribed on a metre of trail. More than a hundred thousand people have done just that.

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The most northerly point of the Trans Canada Trail is Tuktoyaktuk. A marker was erected to commemorate a Trans Canada Relay arriving in Tuk. The relay was launched by the Trans Canada Trail and was, and may still be, the longest relay in the world.
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