Cycling Adventures in Prince Edward Island
These island trails were made for cycling
When you have well-maintained trails twisting and turning through a landscape of red, sandstone cliffs and running along picture-perfect coastlines it's almost as though Prince Edward Island was made for biking buffs. Whether you're looking to attack the 400 km Confederation Trail, the Island's tip-to-tip trail, or family-friendly local cycling loops; hop on your two-wheeled transportation, take the path most travelled and discover the reasons PEI keeps the wheels spinning.
For the ultimate island cycling adventure, there's only one way to go. The Confederation Trail offers 400km of rolled stone dust pathways, giving you a chance to explore the Island "behind the scenes".
With safety in mind, cyclists adhere to the same rules of the road as motor vehicles. Be sure to familiarize yourself with some of PEI's bicycle laws, including the mandatory helmet law.