The Thousand Islands Parkway is a parkway in the Canadian province of Ontario, which extends easterly from an interchange with Highway 401 at Gananoque for approximately 40 kilometres to the community of Butternut Bay, in Elizabethtown-Kitley near Brockville.
Constructed during World War II, the Alaska Highway, with a length of 2,174km, is world renown and is a smooth, scenic route into the North which stretches from Watson Lake near the British Columbia border to Beaver Creek at the Alaska border.
Alberta Provincial Highway No. 40 is a south-north highway located in western Alberta, Canada. It is also named Kananaskis Trail in Kananaskis Improvement District and Bighorn Highway in the M.D. of Bighorn No. 8.
This roughly 2 km stretch of all weather road is the most northern stretch of road in the world. This road provides access from Canadian Forces Station Alert to the Alert Airport, and is located in Nunavut, the largest, northernmost and newest territory of Canada.
Allison Pass, at an elevation of 1,342 m (4,403 ft) above the sea level, is a highway summit along the Crowsnest Highway in British Columbia, Canada.
This 31 km stretch of Highway connects the town of Arctic Bay to the former mining town of Nanisivik, in Nunavut, the largest, northernmost and newest territory of Canada.
Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road is an annual ice road first built in 1982 to service mines and exploration activities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in Northern Canada.
The Bella Coola Road (Highway 20) runs for 282 miles (451 km) from Bella Coola to Williams Lake, linking the Central Coast with the Central Interior as it crosses the Coast Mountains and the Chilcotin Plateau, including Tweedsmuir Provincial Park and Farwell Canyon.
Highway 93 (Kootenay Highway, Banff-Windermere Parkway), is a north-south route through the southeastern part of the province. Like Highway 95, Highway 93 takes its number from a U.S. Highway that it connects with at the Canada-U.S. boundary.
The Cabot Trail, a scenic roadway that takes you around the greater part of Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island, is one of the most famous drives in Canada. Many visitors to Cape Breton Island set aside an entire day – or two, three or four days – to see the sights along the Cabot Trail.
The Canol (short for Canadian Oil) Road was part of a project to build a pipeline and a road from Norman Wells, Northwest Territories to Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, during World War II. The pipeline no longer exists, but the 482 kilometres long Yukon portion of the road is maintained by the YukonGovernment during summer months.
Between Windsor and London (Ontario) the Carnage Alley name was applied to Highway 401, a reference to the numerous accidents that occurred throughout the 1990s.
Highway 20, also known as the Chilcotin Highway, and officially dubbed the Alexander MacKenzie Highway, is the main East-West route in the Central Interior of British Columbia.