Trail Conditions           (Posted Dec 9)
The storm on November 30 brought a lot of trees down on the Woodland trails in Eastern PEI.  Maintenance volunteers have partially cleared Gairloch, and the South Loop and connectors at Dromore.  Maintenance will continue on theWoodland trails until they are completely cleared.   The trails and now all open but please use extreme caution when navigating around fallen trees.  

Breadalbane: clear
Bonshaw:   clear
Winter River:   clear
Dromore:  South Loop-clear
Gairloch:  Partially cleared
Forest Hill: Not cleared
Boughton:   Not cleared


No matter what interests you as a trail user, Prince Edward Island has something for you. You may choose to spend an afternoon exploring nature on a woodland hike, or go on a multi-day cycling trip. This site will assist you in planning your PEI experience.
If it's cycling, you may follow the link to the Confederation Trail, a linear park running from tip-to tip through the entire province. Or, you can find "mountain" biking at our Gairloch Road and other woodland trails.

For day hiking information, go to the descriptions of our seven Major Woodland Trails, or the inventory of Other Hiking Trails. Both lists include directions, and GPS coordinates.

Island Trails also sponsors and promotes cycling and hiking events on all trails. Look for news of recent and upcoming activities on this site.

Find out how to join us or help in our work, or get more trail information by way of other links.


The Confederation Trail was developed on abandoned railway lines and takes you into wetlands and hardwood groves, through quaint villages and along sparkling rivers.

In August, 2000, Prince Edward Island became the first province in Canada to complete its section of the Trans Canada Trail. Read More >>

Mountain biking is available on selected Trails. Please refer to trail descriptors of individual trail for details.

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