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A Walk on the Beach Beside the Rugged Cliffs on Prince Edward Island // Canada

Happy Friday friends! As I shared last week, I am so excited to share more about our time on Prince Edward Island! After we had our lighthouse adventure we went in search of teacup rock. I am giggling a bit as I write this because even though we had been given directions, we unfortunately had received a bit of mis-information on the exact location. Because of this we ended up spending time driving around, finding several new lighthouses, and finally ended up walking a lot beside the rugged cliffs of Prince Edward Island. So many times on this trip I was reminded how precious those moments are. We were fighting the sunset and loved every section as we searched and searched and yet, we truly enjoyed the adventure. While we never found teacup rock (you can find proper directions on how to find teacup rock HERE), we loved our adventure and this walk along the cliffs. It was gorgeous! A small note- for those who are familiar with teacup rock you will notice that we were in the right area, but because of the tide (and let's be real our outfits) we couldn't climb as high as we needed to over one of the cliffs. If we had had another day we definitely would have attempted to reach it and I definitely recommend it!
We arrived at the beach and were immediately struck by the beauty. Doesn't it look like a beautiful postcard?
Honestly, our views looked a bit fake because they were so gorgeous. 
As were walking I kept looking at the red cliffs that were to our left. There is something that just seems so "Prince Edward Island" about those cliffs.
It was definitely one of my favorite parts of our trip to the Island. Spending the last night in this part of PEI and having the opportunity to experience the beauty up close was an incredible gift. If you have a chance to walk this beach you will definitely want to add this to your itinerary. You won't regret it. 
Thank you for continuing to read about our adventures throughout the recent trip through New EnglandNew BrunswickPrince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. If you would like, you can read all of the posts from the trip by clicking on the links below:


Peggy's Cove: //  Peggy's Cove //  Peggy's Cove Lighthouse //  
A huge thank you to the Prince Edward Island Tourism Board that sponsored my trip to the Island, provided so much helpful information for our time in Prince Edward Island.