PEI Trails Day activities on YouTube

June 21, 2007 | 1 comment

by Michael Nesbitt

June 02, 2007, was International Trails Day and a perfect opportunity to host the Summerside – Wellington portion of the Tip-to-Tip series. I videotaped and edited a profile of the day’s activity, which you can watch on YouTube (higher resolution will be available later). Take a 10-minute break, sit back and enjoy…or, better yet, get out on YOUR LOCAL TRAIL and become a part of the experience!

In the year 2000 PEI became the first province in Canada to complete its section of the Trans Canada Trail, known in the province as the Confederation Trail. Visit Island Trails to find out more about this scenic 400-km trail network on the “gentle Island”.

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  • A Note on the Author:
    Michael Nesbitt is a freelance reporter and photographer for The Guardian newspaper. He filmed and narrated the video in this item as well as the piece mentioned in “PEIs Trans Canada Trail – 3 seasons of cycling”.
    Michael is also a Volunteer Trail Officer with Island Trails, a program he has participated in for the past 3 years. He lives in the village of Miscouche, PEI, which is 10km west of Summerside on the west side of the Island.
    Thanks for both of your fine articles, Michael!

    Ringer  |  June 22nd, 2007 at 6:49 pm


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