Activate on the Island in winter!
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 in winter. Come for lively events and entertainment, comfort foods and endless trails. We promise, there isn’t a sight more charming than this Island dusted with snow.
Winter Fat Biking
With a growing list of trails, fat biking is gaining traction on PEI.
In Summerside, find groomed trails on the Baywalk Boardwalk, Heather Moyse Park and Rotary Friendship Park (with free rentals at Credit Union Place). Winter River Trail, Strathgartney and the Cardigan River Trail are also great places to ride.
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 stunningly tall snow-covered trees of Winter River, walking parallel to the running water along the Dunk River at Scales Pond… just a few of the tranquil spots to discover. Snowshoes recommended.
Snowmobile and ATV Trails
Prince Edward Island offers some of the finest snowmobiling in the country with 900 kms of groomed trails. Permit holders can ride the Confederation Trail and other trails that intersect it. ATV riders know that the season doesn’t have to end when the snow flies. PEI has three winter ATV clubs with over 200 kms of groomed trail in the North Cape Coastal Drive region. A New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or PEI trail pass is required.