dickson falls - Hiking Trail Information

City: Alma
Region: Fundy National Park
Province/State: New Brunswick
Country: Canada

Trail Details

Difficulty
Difficulty
Easy
Time
Time
30 minutes
Round Trip
Round Trip Distance
1.5 km
Elevation Gain
Elevation Gain
Minimal
Camping
Camping
Nearby
Public Transit
Public Transit?
No
Dog Friendly
Dog Friendly
Yes
Kid Friendly
Kid Friendly
Yes

Dickson Falls Trail Map

This short, scenic hike leads to a gorgeous waterfall, where a stream of water rushes over moss-covered rocks. It’s the most photographed waterfall in the park and the most popular hiking trail, too.

HOW TO GET TO DICKSON FALLS

Dickson Falls is located in Fundy National Park. The trailhead is in a parking lot off of Point Wolfe Road.

FROM ALMA

Head southwest on Main St towards Greenhill Drive. Turn left onto Point Wolfe Road. Turn left and you will arrive at the trailhead.

View a map of driving directions to the Dickson Falls.

 

Additional Info

CAMPING AT DICKSON FALLS

There are four front-country campsites as well as backcountry camping in Fundy National Park.

DOGS AT DICKSON FALLS

Dogs are allowed on leash. Please clean up after your pet and do not allow it to disturb wildlife.

TOILETS AT DICKSON FALLS

There are washrooms at the visitor's centre.

 

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