This may look like just an ordinary walking path, however it is far from it. Part of the world's longest network of trails, the Trans-Canada Trail, when complete, will span 22,000 kilometres through 1,000 communities and link 33 million Canadians. It is an avenue for experiencing the diverse landscape and rich history Canada has to offer. This particular portion runs through Stittsville and is dedicated to A.W. (Tony) Bryant, a tireless Charter Member of the Nepean-Kanata Rotary Club who was responsible for the development of the Trans-Canada Trail from Stittsville to Carleton Place, some 26 kilometres away.