Things are drying up and we have have the new connector trail over to the Connolly Wood Rd connected. Please obey all No Trespassing signs as land owners have asked us not to drive in these areas any longer. We need to respect their wishes as without them we would have no trails to ride legally. There is still lots of maintenance work to do on the trails so please bare with us as we get them back into top shape.
Our online map has been updated to reflect the route changes.
There will be an excavator on the trails tomorrow morning so please use caution. (May 27, 2018)
There was a group of nine volunteers out today replacing a very long fence on the trail in Albany . Installing a gate as per the land owners request and installed a culvert and trench to divert water out of the farmers field. Here are a few photos of today’s adventures:
Replacing old Fence
Lots of water in the field.
Scott ad Kevin taking culvert over to our new ditch.
Ditch on outside of our fence to assist in drying up farmers field and dry up or trail.
Installing culvert to divert water away from field and trail
Transit set up and unwinding fence
New Fence looks great. Wider trail here for us now and protecting farmers crop.
The Quad Trax ATV Club #5 is officially CLOSING ALL OF OUR ATV TRAIL SYSTEM for the next little bit. Let’s not ruin this Great thing we have worked so hard to gain.
We have put up TRAIL CLOSED signs at most of the entrance points to the trail system PLEASE RESPECT THEM and be patient until the CLOSED signs come back down and the trails reopen.
We are asking everyone to please stay out of and off of the trails until it dries up a bit.
We don’t want anybody cutting up farmers fields or landowners property that our trails are in or on.
I hope we can have everybody’s cooperation. It was great winter of riding now we must wait till it dries up enough to get back out and enjoy riding these great trails over the spring and summer months to come.
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Tignish ATV club still had lots of snow and some runs coming up, time to trailer up and check out their great trails and club house.
For all of you waiting to see a map of the Quad Trax ATV club #5 trail system that is legal and good to ride here it is.. We couldn’t have put this together without the countless hours of all who have donated their time, tools and expertise. As well there are has been so many donate machinery, materials and hard cold cash which again none of this would be possible without all of this support. Please ride and stay on only the trails that are marked and signed as that’s all for now that is legal. We have many small groups working in many different directions to extend what is already built just please stay to what’s signed so we don’t hamper further development with the trails. The landowners have been so very gracious to let us use what we have so far and there is many kms and good times to come… Thanks again to all who have made this possible and get ready for a Great 2018 riding season.
The East Prince Quad Trax ATV Club is looking for volunteers. Last year we opened over 30 km of legal trails in the Borden, Bedeque and Kinkora area. This year we have plans to create more trails for our growing sport, but we need your help.
How can you Help:
– Volunteer for a work party building and maintaining trails.
– Volunteer in kind services to help with trail development such as equipment, lumber for bridges etc.
– Help with fundraising. Funds are used for trail development.
– Perhaps you would be interested in joining our club.
Any help you can offer would be appreciated.
If you are interested, fill out the information onthis form and someone will be in touch with you.
Now that 2017 is coming to an end, as President of the Quad Trax Atv Club & on behalf of our team, we would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the overwhelming support we have received during this past year. Due to your generosity of signed land use agreements, donations (building supplies, trail cams, monetary gifts, equipment, services, etc) & countless volunteer hours, we have been able to expand our trail system to over 40+ kms of legal trails. Having been able to sign land agreements with over 100 pieces of private property (without you this would not be possible), this is a huge accomplishment for our club and we are forever thankful for all the support we have received.
We look forward to continued growth in 2018 along with your continued support.
We were out Saturday (December 16th) morning for a chilly walk in the woods to flag a new trail between the McCourt Rd and Millvale Rd. There is some great scenery in here and some nice slopes. We will need to build a bridge to cross a small stream. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for upcoming trail cutting party or check out the Events page as we will post when we are going out to clear the trail there as well. Below are a few pictures of the path that was scouted and as you can see it will be a fairly easy to clear.
Please use caution on the new route 504 as it is only approx. 5ft wide in a few areas. We will come back in the spring and widen it back. Take note of that the land owners do not want us riding in area marked in red on the map below. Please only use the area marked as Route 504 when heading from or to the Connelly Wood road. Remember that without these land owners being so generous in allowing us to ride and make trails through their properties there would be no legal trails on PEI.
Below are some photos of the new trail as it was built.