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- Road Cycling Itineraries
- Romantic Getaways
Road Cycling Itineraries
Our cycling offerings are varied, from quiet rides in the country past tranquil farmland to bone-shaking terrain that challenges both cyclist and rider. Frequent villages offer a convenient selection of accommodations, food, and services for cyclists. We’ve planned out five exciting road itineraries for you – try one, a couple, or all five to see our entire province on two wheels! Note, many roads to not have paved shoulders, please use caution in these areas. Don’t forget your helmet!
This route is a delightful blend of scenery, where you’ll get to experience Island countryside, sea and sky. Enjoy the charms of the Cavendish area, but with less traffic than Cavendish at peak season. Your ride begins at Cabot Beach Provincial Park and winds through Kensington and French River. The first third of the ride is fairly level and easy terrain. Between Kensington and French River, you’ll experience some longer, more challenging hills, but you’ll be rewarded with some of the day’s most stunning view. After French River, you’ll encounter a few steep hills.
This is an easy to moderate all-day ride, starting in downtown Charlottetown’s Victoria Row and leading to the small village of Mt. Stewart. The terrain on this road is fairly easy, following quiet paved roads with lovely river and farm views. Only one or two hills demand a moderate workout.
These two loops meander along country roads in Southern Kings County, past farms and lighthouses. You can stop at a woollen mill, a crafts gallery, or a waterfront restaurant. These loops include some of the Island’s most challenging hills. At just over 82km total, an experienced cyclist could cover both loops in a single day.
These two easy rides begin in St. Peters and can be completed in a day, but if you’re a beach lover, two days are better! You’ll pass a picturesque working harbour, gorgeous beaches, and parts of PEI National Park. The terrain on the St. Peters Loop is mostly level, except for a few rolling hills near the end of the ride. The road to Greenwich is gently rolling, but not difficult.
Start your ride at Green Park, just a few kilometres outside the village of Tyne Valley. Along the way, you can stop at the parsonage where Lucy Maud Montgomery once lived, visit an oyster museum, and visit Lennox Island where Mi’kmaq crafts are available.