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Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

sunny 26 °C
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After exchanging contact information and bidding The Anderson’s farewell, I went to the Mount Carelton trail head.

The sign read: “Mount Carelton: 8.4 km”

…that not so far I thought.

Well, the total trip equates to about 10 miles worth of hiking with an elevation gain of about 1,500 ft…I haven’t hiked like this for at least 3 or 4 years.

Turns out that at a whopping 2,600 ft, Mount Carelton is the tallest mountain in all of the Atlantic Provinces…and no kidding, I was on top of the world when I reached the top. : )

Started the hike at 9am and arrived back at the car at 3pm...it was time to press on to Prince Edward Island…and soon if I’m to get there before dark!

Posted by Rodger 17:15 Archived in Canada

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