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Confederation Trail

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Gregory B T wrote a review Apr 2020
Canyon, Texas13 contributions2 helpful votes
My adult daughter and I rode the CT in July 2019, beginning in Tignish and ending in Elmira. We took three days to ride. If you ride end-to-end you should take at least four or five days. The ride between Tignish and Summerside is the easiest. The closer to Elmira the more hills you will encounter. A two-percent grade may not seem like much, but when you consider those grade go for several kilometers, it becomes a bit tough. It was a beautiful ride. There were several places to stop and rest along the way. Take a camera. Some of the more scenic territory is on the eastern part of the island. There were not many people on the trail while we were on it, but those we met were friendly and helpful. It was definitely worth the drive from Texas, USA, to PEI. What a great trail!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Kumar K wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada3 contributions
Very nice trail, due to short time, we cycled from St.Peters to Morrel and back. The trail goes along the north coast and beautiful views. I plan to go back and cycle the entire trail.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bob M wrote a review Jan 2020
Charlottetown, Canada8 contributions
I usually took my mountain bike while on the Confederation Trail, a lot of people walk or run and a lot like me drive their bicycle, there are no motor vehicles allowed on the trail. The trail is beautiful and spreads right across the island, there are rest spots with picnic tables and roof coverings in a lot of places and garbage bins so they try hard to keep it clean. The scenery in so many areas is extremely beautiful and whether your walking or biking I highly recommend the trail. Don't forget your water and bug repellent for some swampy areas.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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PMW60 wrote a review Aug 2019
Surrey, Canada9 contributions6 helpful votes
We rented electric assisted bikes from North Rustico and took the trail from there to Cavendish and back. There were plenty of areas to stop and walk down to the beach along the way. Not a lot of people on the trail so easy peddling especially wth our peddle assist feature. I would bring a small pack to keep some water and a better camera.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Gregory B T wrote a review Aug 2019
Canyon, Texas13 contributions2 helpful votes
My adult daughter and I discovered this trail three years ago when she, my wife, and I came to PEI. We talked about it for two years and then finally started planning on our trip from Texas to ride the Confederation Trail. We rode it in three days, 70 miles the first day, 52 the second, and 48 the last. The grades are indeed no greater than two-percent, but when you are talking about 7-8 kilometer hills, it can wipe out a 70+ year-old man like me. The scenery is pleasant and changing from one end to the other. Plenty of benches and covered picnic tables between Tignish and Summerside. They are a little more sparse from Summerside to Elmira, but adequate. Take insect repellant and sunscreen and plenty of water. Trail is in pretty good shape. Great Ride.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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