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I have been taking advantage of the confederation trail annually while on vacation for the last five years. I have ridden every trail east of Wellington and have found the trails to be in excellent condition. Mostly hard packed with some soft spots, I ride...More
There is a new campground along the trail in Tracadie, P.E.I..
This is the campground that was closed for 7 yrs but has just reopened. The host was great the sites were nice and there was an inside room to sit and relax with a...More
My wife and I had a blast in early September 2016 biking PEI tip to tip. The trick is to prepare well and enlist the help of locals who know the best travel routes and where to go for food, liquor, etc. The Confederation Trail...More
This is a converted rail line, so has everything you would expect in terms of gradual ascents and descents, sweeping curves. The tour was lovely and the scenery beautiful, though the gravel of the Trail made for demanding riding. It requires much more effort than...More
We have biked a few rail trails and this one is the most organized. We biked on it 4 different days and were amazed at the condition and the signage. We biked from York to Mount Stewart return 44 k. From York into Charlottetown return...More
We biked just a small sample of the Confederation Trail. One segment was from Kesington to Summerside. The trail is the former rail line which means sweeping curves and subtle climbs and declines. In fact they are so subtle I first thought there was something...More
One of the nicest ways to explore PEI is by bike and the Confederation Trail is perfect for that purpose. It's an old rail trail converted for biking and hiking and it goes the full length of the island. It's a gravel trail but it...More
Great question. Answer is that oysters and blue mussels are harvested across PEI. While we personally focused on lobster and mussels (as well as seafood chowder) at any restaurant we went during our bike trip, oysters are on... More
Great question. Answer is that oysters and blue mussels are harvested across PEI. While we personally focused on lobster and mussels (as well as seafood chowder) at any restaurant we went during our bike trip, oysters are on the menu across PEI including the Blue Mussel Café (North Rustico) and the Water Prince (Charlottetown). I am sorry that this site does not allow me to add the links. PEI and seafood are a perfect combo.