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Confederation Trail &
PEI's Major Hiking Trails

Bonshaw Trails

Confederation Trail

Winter River Trail

Forest Hill Trail

Boughton River Trail

Gairloch Road Trail

Woodland Trail

Nature Trail

North Cape Nature Trail

No matter what interests you as a trail user, Island Trails has something for you.

You may choose to spend an afternoon exploring nature on a woodland hike, or go on a multi-day cycling trip. This site will assist you in planning your PEI experience.

If it’s cycling, you may follow the link to the Confederation Trail, a 440-km linear park running from tip-to tip through the entire province. Or, you can find mountain biking at our Gairloch Road trail and various others too.

For day hiking information, go to the descriptions of our eight Woodland Trails, or the inventory of Other Hiking Trails. Both lists include directions, and GPS coordinates.  Please note that we only maintain the Woodland Trails – the other hiking trails are maintained by others.

Island Trails also sponsors and promotes cycling and hiking events on all trails. Look for news of recent and upcoming activities on this site.

Find out how to join us or help in our work, or get more trail information by way of other links.

Oct14 Toques!

We now have toques available! If you buy one you will keep your head warm, you will be eminently stylish, and you will be supporting Island Trails trail maintenance and improvements. And they only cost $20.

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Aug24 August 2020 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is now available for download. Enjoy! NewsletterAugust2020

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May10 Island Trails May 2020 Newsletter

    After a lengthy hiatus, we have relaunched our news letter. You may download the newsletter from the link below. Enjoy!             NewsletterMay2020print...

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Nov14 The Island Walk

The Island Walk covered 704 km over 32 days.  There are a couple of nice articles on the walk in the Guardian, the Eastern Graphic and the CBC web site. Here are links to two of the articles: https://www.

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