Lace-up your hiking boots! There are plenty of hikes in PEC that have stellar views of the fall colours and we’ve created a list of the best ones.
From quick trails that will only take you twenty minutes to complete, to more difficult ones that will keep you busy for over an hour, there is something in PEC that will suit everyone’s needs.
Take advantage of the county during the colder months and take in the red hues of the trees this autumn.
Considered a moderately challenging route, this trail near Prince Edward County is a 6-kilometre loop that takes around 1 hour and 5 minutes to complete.
Cedar Sands Trail
This 1.9-kilometre loop is considered a fairly easy route that only takes 23 minutes to complete. It’s perfect if you’re looking for a quick bought of fresh air.
Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area
Home to a steep escarpment overlooking the town of Picton, this conservation area contains over 7-kilometres worth of trails.
Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area
If you’re looking for the best hikes in PEC with stunning fall views, this is the spot to check out. You can explore a small network of hiking trails and see stunning views of the water.
A miniature community of whimsical hand-crafted birdhouses, this is an adorable place to stop in the autumn. Located in the Macaulay Mountain Conservation area, there are tons of trails and a walkway surrounding it. Take a break from your hike to get a good look at some of the decorated houses.
If you’re looking to get into the autumn spirit, you can also check out Tipsy Theory’s latest ultimate guide of things to do in Prince Edward County for the fall of 2022. With apple picking and wine tasting, there is so much to do.