Photo Credit: Stephen Harris


The Confederation Trail was built on abandoned railway lines and runs tip-to-tip across Prince Edward Island. There are 449 kilometres of rolled stone dust surface that is perfect for cycling and hiking. Whether you choose to hop on the trail for a small section or decide you would like to cycle the province, it will be an incredible ride. 

For a more detailed map of the Confederation Trail, view the map in our PDF.

Prince Edward Island has an abundance of trails that you can walk, hike, cycle, fatbike and mountain bike on. Make it an adventure. Come find your Island.

Confederation Trail Guide

Confederation Trail Guide

Our Trail Guide has all the information you need to have an amazing adventure on the Confederation Trail. Detailed maps, dining options, accommodations and more! Find information on some of the 1700 geocaches placed along the trail and upcoming trail events.

Confederation Trail Information

Confederation Trail Information

How are the trails marked? What are the branch trails? Find the answers to your questions here. We will tell you all about the Confederation Trail which is our section of the Trans Canada Trail. Check this awesome adventure off your bucket list with us this year!

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Effective July 3rd, travel restrictions between the Atlantic Provinces have been lifted. Residents coming from Atlantic Canada are required to complete a self-declaration travel form, here.

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