World's longest car-free trail stretching 15,000 miles to open next year in Canada
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Canada started work on a huge cross-country network of trails for cyclists, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts back in 1992, and now the project is nearing completion. To date, over 20,000 kilometers or 12,906 miles of car-free trails have been connected, 26 percent of which are on water. According to The Great Trail website, 80 percent of Canada's population lives within 30 minutes of what is said to be the largest recreational trail in the world. Which means Canucks have no excuse - save an angry...