Borden-Carleton to Charlottetown – 66.91 kms

Friday September 25, 2015

We left the campsite at 8:30 this morning and joined the Confederation Trail right from the campsite.

Confederation Trail

Confederation Trail

The Confederation Trail consists of a number of trails that follow the old rail lines in PEI. There is a 470 km rail trail system going from one side of the Province to the other and top to bottom.

Rail Station

Rail Station

The trail is relatively flat with hills ranging in grade up to 2%. The route goes through farmland and valleys, it is a very nice route.

Signs on Trail

Signs on Trail

We arrived at the hostel at 2:00 ish, and were able to check in straight away. The place is very clean and very close to downtown Charlottetown. The rest of the afternoon was spend doing the boring stuff as usual, washing, shopping and researching the route to Halifax.

Hostel Charlottetown

Hostel Charlottetown

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