If you think the Island is beautiful in the summer, wait until you see it in the winter! Though the Island’s claim to fame may come from the rolling red potato fields and shining waters of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables, Prince Edward Island is a place bursting with life and beauty all year round. Come wintertime, Prince Edward Island morphs into a snowy wonderland. The weather is perfect for outdoor activities, rarely so cold that you can’t bundle up and enjoy the day. If you haven’t been here in the winter, here’s a little taste of what you’re missing out on!
Just Add Snow
How do you make Prince Edward Island even more beautiful? Just add snow! The striking beauty of a winter landscape in PEI is unrivalled.
North Cape’s Windy Cliffs
When encased in snow and ice, the awe-inspiring cliffs at North Cape take on a new level of rugged beauty.
Historic Pops of Colour
The bright and beautiful houses of historic Charlottetown glow when blanketed in a fresh coat of snow.
Photo evidence that Prince Edward Island + Winter = ❤️
Idyllic Winter Beauty
Winding roads and glimmering sunlight, now that’s a classic Island winter scene!
Ultimate Photo Ops
Why visit PEI in the winter? So you can take in other worldly sights like this!
If you haven’t been here in the winter, it’s easy to see what you’re missing out on. Does it get any better than this view at Orby Head?
Panmure Island looks beautiful in its winter coat. Who says it beach days are only for the summer months?
At the end of an adventurous day, grab your coat (don’t forget your hat and mitts!), hit the beach, and watch the sun go down. You’ll be glad you did!