New Brunswick Trails

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More than 30 years ago, a visionary by the name of Dr. Mitchell Franklin dreamed of a road along the Bay of Fundy coast from St. Martins to Fundy National Park. In 1995, after years of lobbying on Franklin’s part,
New Brunswick is a beautiful province on the east coast of Canada. These 10 hikes showcase the nature around the province’s capital, Fredericton. Length: 1.8 km Elevation gain: Minimal This easy and short, out-and-back trail is located 60 kilometres from Fredericton. You’ll...
Saint John is the only city on the famous Bay of Fundy—this means the coastline and ecosystems are forged in harmony with the massive, 16-metre tides that ebb and flow here. Wild coast with expansive views? Check. Lush forests with...
The largest population centre in New Brunswick is also a hiking hub. With access to lush mixed-woods forest, lofty hills and mountains and the Fundy Coast—options seem endless. Where to begin? Scroll through our hand-picked list of the best hikes near...
City: Alma Region: Fundy National Park Province/State: New Brunswick Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 30 minutes Round Trip Distance 1.5 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping Nearby Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes 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...
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