Eagle Pass, elevation about 550 m, provides a corridor through the Gold Range in the Monashee Mountains between Shuswap Lake and the Columbia River, 12 km southwest of Revelstoke, British Columbia.
Athabasca Pass, elevation 1,748 m, is situated on the extreme southwest boundary of Jasper National Park, on the British Columbia-Alberta border.
Allison Pass, elevation 1,352 metres, is located at kilometre 60, the highest point on the Hope-Princeton Highway (opened 1949) through the Cascade Mountains of southern British Columbia.
The Bruce Trail is a continuous, 740 km footpath on the Niagara Escarpment
Athabasca Landing Trail was established 1875 by Hudson's Bay Company between Edmonton and Athabasca Landing to improve and expand northern transportation.