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For the last two weeks she has been hiking the Island Walk, a trail created in that circles P. And why not do it right here? It's been incredible. The Island Walk was created by Bryson Guptill and totals kilometres, incorporating some existing trails connected by entirely new routes.
Arsenault decided to go the full distance of the trail this spring because it seemed unlikely, given the pandemic, that she would have any other opportunities for a long trek this year. Hiking trails are a regular feature of her holidays. The views that we have here easily rival things that I've travelled around the world to look for. And, as with trails she has hiked in other parts of the world, it is not just about the time spent walking. With the entire trek planned for 21 days, Arsenault was on the trail just four to six hours a day.
And while she was tenting much of the way, she also spent some nights at historic inns. And you can learn a little bit of the history," she said. Arsenault started her trek on May 10 and will be done on Sunday, but she said one of the great things about the Island Walk is it does not have to be done all at once. The Island Walk website breaks the trail down into a of sections, each taking from four to 14 days.
It also lays out the trail at a slower pace than Arsenault took, taking 32 days instead of For the most part, the trail sticks close to the coast, wrapping around West Prince, with two possible routes to Summerside, then around the North Shore to East Point, south to Wood Islands, and connecting back to Summerside along the South Shore. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments.
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