Prince Edward Island
Smooth, flowy threads of red dirt lead you through the island trails. Sometimes surrounded by yellow farmer's fields, or green forests, Prince Edward Island offers a beautifully contrasted landscape.
What to expect
Prince Edward Island is a great place to introduce flow into your riding. Pump your way through the new trails, or check out the roots and dirt on some of the older trails.
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The Robinsons Island Trail System is located in the National Park near Brackley Beach. It is a 5 km multi-use beginner to intermediate family-friendly trail. It is open to bikers and hikers with a pump track located next to the trail entrance.
Bonshaw Provincial Park
The 25km of trails are perfect for intermediate and advanced riders. From the smooth, flowy Elliot River Run to the rooty, technical Goat Trail, this location is ideal for an afternoon of fun! The trail systems are connected via the Bonshaw bridge underpass and the Strathshaw Link. Being a multi-use trail system and a popular hiking destination, mountain bikers need to ride with care!
Mark Arendz Provincial Park at Brookvale
The trail network consists of a combination of flat, smooth terrain, flowy machine built trail and old-school rooty, technical riding all carved through the famous red PEI dirt!
The park is a beautiful network of tree lined gravel and clay trails on a 64 acre parcel of land. The park contains a network of nearly 6.5 km’s of trails
Gairloch features a 7km loop with mainly singletrack and several access roads open to mountain bikers. Clockwise is a popular direction, but this trail can be ridden both ways. Most of the trail has tight, rooty singletrack built for intermediate and advanced riders.