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Hiking & Walking Trails in Prince Edward Island

Find freedom and fresh air

Explore the natural beauty and wide open spaces on the trails of PEI year-round. Our small towns, rural communities, cities and parks are abundant with boardwalks, wooded and groomed trails to hike, run, wheel or wander. From the Island-wide Confederation Trail to the legend of the Devil’s Punchbowl and the many scenic trails of the National Park…how many PEI trails will you discover?

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The Island Walk

The Island Walk is divided into 32 sections with points of interest, terrain, average completion time and amenities of the area outlined for each. A growing list of multi-day itineraries is also available.

Confederation Trail

The Confederation Trail runs tip-to-tip across Prince Edward Island and is best explored on foot or bicycle.Built on the decommissioned railway line, the main trail is 273 kilometres from west to east - Tignish to Elmira.

Pack the Perfect PEI Picnic

Nothing beats an outdoor meal with a view. Spread out a blanket for a picnic complete with local cheeses, preserves, fresh veggies and PEI potato salad with Raspberry Cordial or any other cold craft beverage to wash it down. If you know how to shuck an oyster, pack half a peck of Malpeques too.