Prince Edward Island’s Appin Road is the ideal setting for a calming, quiet stroll through nature. Not a challenging hike at all, so this is a perfect place for a family outing. Constructed in 1862, this clay trail near the Island’s south shore is quiet and off the beaten track – the perfect location for a reflective hike from the hustle and bustle. Plan your trip for Autumn when the trees' colors are at their peak. This winding trail will guide you through woodlands and farmers’ fields. This is a great autumn alternative to PEI’s Confederation Trail.