Trans Canada Trail Discovery ProgramThe Stephen R. Bronfman Foundation's Trans Canada Trail Discovery Program was launched outlining the development and permanent installation of over 2,000 interpretive Discovery panels along the route of the Trail.
The program is designed to provide Trail users with visual reference and explanatory text that immediately connects them to the nature of their surroundings. Each panel will feature a specific topic on the flora, fauna or geography that is indigenous to a particular Trail segment. The Discovery Program will feature over 150 natural subjects that trail users can discover along the route of the Trans Canada Trail.
The Trans Canada Trail Discovery Program will be implemented in phases, beginning in those provinces and territories where Trail development is most advanced. Over the next three to five years, every province and territory will have the opportunity to participate in this grand, national endeavour.
The Trail on Prince Edward Island encourages healthy, adventurous outdoor activity cantered on the Island's extensive network of multi-use trails, including PEI's section of the Trans Canada Trail, the Confederation Trail.