Walking and Cycling Trails on Public Land

The province owns public land properties across the Island. Most of these lands have road systems that people can use to walk, hike or cycle. Some have trail systems specifically designed for outdoor recreation.

Walking and Hiking

Community: New Harmony
Property: New Harmony Demonstration woodlot, Rte #303 northeast of Souris
Trail Length: 1.2 km
Difficulty: Light

Community: Valleyfield
Property: Valleyfield Demonstration woodlot, Rte #354 South of Montague
Trail Length: 1.2 km
Difficulty: Light

Community: Auburn
Property: Auburn Demonstration woodlot, Rte #213 near Fort Augustus
Trail Length: 0.9 km
Difficulty: Moderate

Community: Brookvale
Property: Brookvale Demonstration woodlot, Rte #13 
Trail Length: 1.0 km
Difficulty: Moderate

Community: Bonshaw
Property: Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park, Rte #1
Trail Length: varying between 1.0 km and 18.0 km
Difficulty:  Trails vary from easy to very difficult

Cycling

Community: Bonshaw
Property: Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park, Rte #1
Trail Length: varying between 1.0 km and 18.0 km
Difficulty:  Trails vary from easy to difficult

Community: Brookvale
Property: Brookvale Nordic Center woodlot, Rte #13 
Trail Length: varying between 1.0 km and 22.0 km
Difficulty:  Trail system ranges from easy to very difficult

 

 

 

Published date: 
September 24, 2019
Environment, Water and Climate Change

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