Canada's Prince Edward Island is known as an idyllic summer getaway, but it's also loaded with cold-weather charm.
Perched above the ocean, the red sandstone cliffs of Prince Edward Islad are swirled with a layer of crisp, white snow. On the shore below, the once frothing surf has turned to chunks of ice. Prince Edward Island—Canada's smallest province—may seem snowbound in the winter, but the chill winds breathe fresh excitement in this scenic spot.
Left: A restored mill still hums in the rural village of Hunter River.
Ice lines the shore of Cape Turner in Prince Edward Island National Park.
A tree-lined trail in Strathgartney Provincial Park
A snow-covered beach in Prince Edward Island National Park
Skaters glide along frozen Dalvay Pond in Prince Edward Isand National Park.
Let It Snow
A barn near Hunter River in central Prince Edward Island
In the winter, ice floes often course along the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
PEI is a year-round haven for birds, like this black-capped chickadee.
A farmstead in Mayfield
The Covehead Harbour Lighthouse, built in 1967, stands sentry over Covehead Bay in Queens County.
A farmhouse in Breadalbane