When the snow falls, adventure calls on Prince Edward Island. Whether you choose to hike the trails, hit the slopes, ride a fat bike or slow the pace with a horse and sleigh ride, it’s all about togetherness and appreciating the great outdoors.
Today's Forecast: 100% Chance of Adventure
The Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park at Brookvale offers hours of fun for winter enthusiasts with alpine and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing.
Prince Edward Island has some fine snowmobiling with 900 km of groomed trails along the Confederation Trail and intersecting trails.
Discover the best hills across the Island for sledding along with favourite local spots for hot chocolate - a necessity to warm-up, right?
Did you know PEI has world-ranked disc golf courses? There are 16 courses across the Island. Some tee boxes are cleared in winter; others are not.
Hiking and Snowshoeing
From tip to tip, our small towns, rural communities and urban areas are abundant with winter trails. The rolling hills of Bonshaw, the snow-covered trees of Winter River, the running water along the Dunk River to Scales Pond… just a few of the tranquil spots to discover. Snowshoes recommended.
Find groomed cross-country ski trails and rentals for beginner and advanced levels at the Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park, Mill River Resort and Souris Striders Club.
Today’s forecast: Increasing adrenaline
Fat biking is gaining traction on Prince Edward Island with new trails and active transportation routes for 2023.
Winter ATV Trails
There are three ATV clubs in western Prince Edward Island with groomed winter trails. A trail pass is required.
With our extended winter forecast calling for a 100% chance of fun, it’s time to gather the family, a group of friends or your special someone to celebrate winter with a getaway to Prince Edward Island.