2014 Prince Edward Island Cycling Guide
The Confederation Trail is Canada's portion of the Trans Canada Trail, and the 410 kilometers of rolled stone dust trail has gentle gradients which never exceed 2% (up or down). This Island wide exploration corridor is ideal for visitors of all fitness levels. The Confederation Trail is a geocaching hotspot with over 1900 geocache sites along the route. Also, PEI's 110 kilometer portion of the International Appalachian Trail begins in Borden-Carleton, after hiker's are shuttled across the Confederation Bridge they mainly hike on the Confederation Trail until its exit point at the Wood Islands ferry terminal.