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Discover the best of Prince Edward Island by bicycle as you cycle the ConfederationTrail, passing small villages, hardwood forests, wetlands and beautiful coastal stretches.
Destinations > Eastern Canada > Prince Edward Island by Bike
Six nights accommodation, meals as indicated, bicycle rental, luggage transfers, Voice Navigation for GPS devices, sightseeing and transfers as specified.
Tuesdays, Jun - Sep '19
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Cycle the Confederation Trail
Prince Edward Island National Park
Smooth, scenic Gulf Shore pathways
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Arrive into Charlottetown.
This morning collect your bicycle before transferring to your start point on the Confederation Trail. Heading north the trail follows a line of abandoned railway, and the converted railway station makes a perfect place to stop for lunch. From here, there are two cycling paths that can be taken on to Stanley Bridge. (B)
Pass many Green Gables attractions as you peddle onwards to Cavendish. There are stunning ocean lookout points for breaks along the way. Follow the Gulf Shore to North Rustico until you reach the village and finish your day with a famous lobster supper. (B)
Today you can take the quiet country roads to meet back up with the Confederation Trail, or opt for more difficult hilly roads for a challenge. (B, D)
Cycle the most picturesque section of the trail, passing wetlands, rivers, forests and wildlife. Reach Greenwich Dunes and explore the beach at your leisure. (D)
Wind your way through the hardwood Acadian Forest and absorb the lush forest outlooks. Emerge from the forest to see sailboats and Souris East Lighthouse. (B)
Transfer from Souris back to Charlottetown where your journey concludes. (B)
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