Cycling approximately 35.4 miles (57 km) on paved roads, and over challenging hills near New London Bay. The morning ride consists of rolling hills for 17.5 miles (28.3 km). The afternoon ride will have some rolling hills, which become very hilly for 17.8 miles (28.7 km).
A buffet breakfast will be available at the hotel.
Uncover the intricacies of agriculture on PEI as explained by an expert, featured between 8:30 am – 9:30 am in the breakfast area of the hotel. Learn how the province’s unique geology and topography have affected, not just the types of produce grown, but also influence local culture and cuisine. This morning’s lecture will discuss the famed PEI potatoes, red soil, and the origins of agriculture on the island. The day’s cycling field trip commences at 10:00 am through Indian River, renowned by singers and musicians for the Indian River Catholic Church, where the acoustics are considered sublime, then head to Malpeque, famous for its delicious oysters. Enjoy a break at Oyster Barn for some scrumptious Malpeque Bay Oysters.
Satisfy yourself with a boxed lunch provided by local restaurant at Cabot Park.
Continue cycling through the region, a spectacular example of Prince Edward Island’s classic landscape composed of red sandstone cliffs, white sand beaches, and rolling farm fields. Enjoy the view as you cycle through Sea View, Park Corner, French River, Springbrook, and New London. Check-in to the hotel at Stanley Bridge.
Taste local cuisine at a nearby restaurant.
Enjoy the evening at your leisure.