Trans-Canada Highway TCH
Trans-Canada Highway TCH Rest Areas
The Trans-Canada Highway is one of the world’s longest national highways that spans over 7,476 kilometers (4,645 miles) across Canada, from the Pacific Ocean on the west coast to the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast. It connects all ten provinces and three territories, making it the world’s longest national highway. Travelers can explore the diverse geography of the country while driving along this iconic highway. The Trans-Canada Highway has been in existence since 1962 and is an important part of Canadian history. It allows Canadians to travel from one end of the country to the other without having to take a plane or train. It also serves as a great way for tourists to explore Canada’s vast landscape and experience its unique culture. The Trans-Canada Highway provides a safe and efficient way for Canadians to travel from coast to coast, making it an integral part of our national infrastructure.
The highway system is recognizable by its distinctive white-on-green maple leaf route markers. So whether you’re looking for adventure or just want to take in some stunning scenery, the Trans-Canada Highway is worth exploring!
Soon you will be able to access the TCH rest areas here
Manitoba TCH - Ontario to Saskatchewan
Trans-Canada Alberta Highway 1 Rest Areas
Manitoba Rest Areas facilities are open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day during the open season. Welcome Centers are staffed from 8AM to 9PM, some are weather dependent are only open from March through mid-November. The distance of the Trans-Canada Highway in Manitoba from the Ontario (east) to the Saskatchewan (west) border is approximately 490 kilometers or 300 miles.
Canada Highway 1 – Westbound Access Rest Area – (Saskatchewan Border)
Canada Highway 1 – E/W Bidirectional Access Rest Area – (1 Kilometer / 1/2 Mile East of Provincial Trunk Highway 83 )
Canada Highway 1 – E/W Bidirectional Access Rest Area – (10 Kilometers / 6 Miles East of Carberry)
Canada Highway 1 – E/W Bidirectional Access Rest Area – (Portage By Pass)
Canada Highway 1 – E/W Bidirectional Access Rest Area – (1 Kilometer / 0.5 Miles South of Portage By Pass)
Canada Highway 1 – E/W Bidirectional Access Rest Area – (16 Kilometers / 10 Miles East of Portage La Prair)
Canada Highway 1 – E/W Bidirectional Access Rest Area – (10 Kilometers / 6 Miles West of Hadashville)
Canada Highway 1 – Eastbound Access Rest Area – (Ontario Border)