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True of False: Confederation Trail was developed before the December 31, 1989 abandonment of all railway lines in the province by Canadian National Railway.
Gorgeous even in November
Jul 8, 2017
What a beautiful site! It is very peaceful when you visit in the off season. I saw lots of wildlife and the paths are so well groomed that it is easy to get around on foot. Everything is maintained well, and there are interpretive plaques around the site for you to learn about the history and current projects happening there!
Cycling and walking
Apr 16, 2017
Although I did not did the entire trail, it was a great experience biking and walking it. The trail is well-maintained and enjoyable. Anyone can do it. It is relatively flat.
My friend went
May 14, 2014
My friend went to the trail and told me about it - now I'm dreaming of going!
Confederation Trail is the name for a 470 kilometre recreational rail trail system in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. It was developed in the 1990s, following the December 31, 1989 abandonment of all railway lines in the province by Canadian National Railway (CN).
Photo: Tourism PEI