Equestrian Pilot Project

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Starting Monday, July 1, 2024, equestrian riders will once again have access to designated rural portions of the Confederation Trail until October 31, 2024.

    Where are horses allowed on the Confederation Trail?

    Designated sections of the Confederation Trail are in rural areas with a lower volume of traffic and enough parking for multiple horse trailers.

    Safety tips for sharing the Confederation Trail

    If you meet a horse while walking or cycling on the Confederation Trail, move to the right and greet the rider in a friendly, relaxed tone. Make sure pets are on a leash, avoid making sudden movements or loud noises. When approaching a horse, leave as much room as possible, call out and wait for the rider to acknowledge you. 

    Where can I provide feedback?

    As part of the evaluation process, we are seeking feedback from users of the trail.  If you would like to provide general feedback, please email the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, DTIpilot@gov.pe.ca.

    Islanders can also report issues via text message:

    • Prince County: 902-200-1014 
    • Queens County: 902-200-6649 
    • Kings County: 902-200-2112
    For more information and detailed maps of the Confederation Trail, please visit Frequently Asked Questions.
    Date de publication : 
    le 28 Juin 2024
    Transports et Infrastructure

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