Fundy National Park of Canada encompasses some of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick. Here, the conifer dominated Caledonia Highlands roll down to meet the fog-generating Bay of Fundy. The tidal fluctuation of the Bay of Fundy is the highest in the world. Watch fishing boats come and go to the rhythm of the bay. Inland, explore lush forests and deep stream valleys. Entrance Gates: May 16 to October 13
I hiked the trail as part of the fundy footpath. hiked it with a friend over 3 days. we camped of various beaches throughout. not sure I would consider the trail easy as it is pretty steep in places but the climbs are well worth it once you see the views.
Sally S. on Moosehorn Trail
We attempted to ride the Fundy Trail with our hybrid bikes. We didn't make it too far as the trails are extremely steep and we were not in good enough condition to ride them. We packed the bikes back on the truck and drove the trail instead as the road follows the trail along the ridge. We did enjoy breathtaking views of Fundy Bay.
This trail was either going up or down the mountain and was fairly steep in a few areas. We had to cross a few small creeks along the way, but there were plenty of rocks or boulders to use to cross without getting wet. We took the fork to the right which took us away from the coast to start and I suggest this route because you will be climbing uphill almost steadily on the way in, but downhill on the return which is always preferable in my book! And the views were much better on the return as you could look out through the trees to the brilliant blue of the Bay of Fundy and see Nova Scotia in the distance across the bay.
We hiked this short trail as part of a two week trip to Maine and New Brunswick. It was short, but very scenic. The trail is fairly easy to navigate. The trail follows along the little creek for most of the short hike and many boardwalks are provided to navigate over some of the terrain, crossing the creek several times along the way. There are many vantage points to view the falls and the rushing mountain creek. The woods are lush and green and almost look like a rain forest with all the varieties of fern and mosses growing everywhere.