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Exploring Prince Edward Island one hiking trail at a time

Homestead Trail, Prince Edward Island National Park

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Green Gables Region

The Green Gables Shore region of the province is known for Anne of Green Gables, red sandstone cliff and beaches. Hike along some of these long beaches and through active farm fields. Follow in the footsteps of Lucie Maude Mongomery and experience the inspriration for Anne of Green Gables.

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Difficulty Distance Trail
wheelchair 425 km Confederation Trail
moderate 9.6 km Homestead Trail

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North Cape Region

Explore bogs and coastal views on the Black Marsh Nature Trail. Walk next to towering windmills and explore the historic North Cape Lighthouse.

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Difficulty Distance Trail
wheelchair 425 km Confederation Trail

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Points East Region

Take a long walk looking across the fields at St. Peters Bay in the Greenwich section of Prince Edward Island National Park. Cross a very long floating boardwalk ending in the largest sand dune we have ever seen. End at the beach and if you still haven't had enough walking continue out to the point.

Difficulty Distance Trail
wheelchair 425 km Confederation Trail
wheelchair - easy 1.3 km Peggy's Trail (Mooney's Pond)
easy 1 km Greenwich Dunes

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Red Sands Shore Region

Hike along red sand shores and enjoy the views of the Confederation Bridge from across farm fields. Take a hike on one of the many trails at Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park.

Difficulty Distance Trail
wheelchair 425 km Confederation Trail
wheelchair 1.3 km Victoria Park Boardwalk
wheelchair 6 km Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site Trails
easy 1.8 km Andrew's Mill Pond
easy 3.8 km Tryon River
moderate 5.9 km Breadalbane Nature Trail
moderate 5.8 km Strathgartney Provincial Park Trails
moderate 18 km Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park Trails