Signs at the start of the Trans Canada Highway in St John's, Newfoundland relay information to visitors about Mile 0 and the route the highway travels. The paved area at the start of the Trans Canada Highway was creatively designed and many visitors stop here to take a picture while relaxing on the bench by the signs to remember their presence at the start of the Trans Canada Highway.
At the other end of the Trans Canada Highway also marked as Mile 0, people can enjoy the beauty of Victoria, British Columbia. The highway extends across the landscape for 4,849 miles, one end being Saint Johns, Newfoundland, the other, Victoria, British Columbia.
The best time to travel the Trans Canada Highway is late spring, summer or fall when the road conditions are the easiest to drive. ... continue below the picture...
... Many passes along the highway can become treacherous during the winter months due to the amount of snowfall some of the areas receive.
Spring is beautiful when the forests and flowers begin to flourish in the warming climates, summer provides opportunities to stop at various places while traveling the Trans Canada Highway and fall brings out some of the prettiest forest colors.
Mile 0, the start of the Trans Canada Highway in downtown St John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.