Congratulations Canada! Your effort to build the Trans
Canada Trail has a resounding success in the
Confederation Trail that crosses the entire length
of Prince Edward Island.
We were able to spend two and one-half wonderful days
there in September, 2002,
riding the portion of trail from Tignish to Summerside
before a tropical storm came through and cut our
visit short; but we definitely hope to return and ride the
remainder of the trail someday.
We enjoyed riding through the farm lands beside potato,
cabbage, and fresh-cut hay fields. We were impressed
by a pasture of absolutely beautiful thoroughbred
horses. We marveled at how well kept the farms and
village residences were. Almost every house looked
as if it had been freshly painted, the yards were
trimmed to perfection and the vegetable gardens
were outstanding. (We probably appreciated the green yards
and gardens more because of the terrible drought
we were in in the southern part of the USA.)
Please note that this webpage is our personal "Confederation Trail
Ride Report"; we are not affiliated with the trail organization
or it's management.
For further information please refer to the official
Confederation Trail website:
Confederation Trail. There you will find detailed information including maps.