Explore the most popular trails in New Brunswick with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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during winter time the gate was closed, at the start of the golf course. so this meant an extra 2km walk or so. great day on the trails, well worth the hike. I would suggest bringing cleats during winter time!

great view!! well worth it

Nice steady climb, the views are superb, well worth the effort!

Easy hike and pretty waterfall!

trail running
1 month ago

Great loop for running if you don't mind the incline.

A lovely loop, lots to see. It is off leash in the Owen lake/moose trax/long lake portion of the hike. Cherry Brook Zoo rd is on leash only.

snowshoeing
2 months ago

Very easy snowshoe In. Perfect for kids.

It was lovely! We went in January and snowshoed in.

When I found the Falls I couldn’t get over how beautiful the spot was. Like a land that time forgot.

Cool trail,goes thru the forest and along a bluff on the coast overlooking Fundy with views of Squaw point. Lots of flowers.

hiking
4 months ago

A beautiful coastal hike.

backpacking
5 months ago

The Fundy Footpath is recognized as one of the longest stretches of uninhabited coastline in eastern North America. The trek includes 41km from Big Salmon River to the western boundary of Fundy National Park, and an additional 8km through the park to finish. This rugged 50km hike takes you through a dozen ravines from sea level to 250m.

backpacking
5 months ago

One of the best hikes in FNP. I did this trail as part of the Fundy Footpath in 2010, then again in 2017 I included it in a hike to Goose River Falls and back.

Great trail, well marked. Beautiful Falls!

hiking
5 months ago

Not the easiest to navigate. Trail markers disappeared around half way through the east side of the trail after the long straight away, so I had to back track. Would be nice if it was marked more clearly.

great place to go with kids

We had to keep a look out for the trail markers as it was not always obvious where to go- but that's what make a good hike! Would definitely do it again :)

Great hike and cool waterfall! I looped from the MooseHorn trail, instead of making it a linear trip. Really liked combining the two hikes, as I was able to see other small waterfalls along the way.

nature trips
6 months ago

Arrived bright and early as the tide was going down. Tons of tourist. If you wear flip flops or water shoes you can beat the masses around some of the bends to get some alone time in a truly incredible place. The park staff are amazing ask them anything. Next time I think I ll do a kayak tour.

hiking
6 months ago

It was amazing!! No joke about the climb and my calves screamed at me for a while until they got used to it. But It was so lovely. had the trail to ourselves all the way there. When leaving the peak there were some atv riders, and met a couple on the way down.

Love the trails and the view from the top is a reward!! Definitely going back next year!

Short, but good terrain

hiking
6 months ago

VERY poorly signed trail, so keep your wits about you. You have to go up on the rocks for a bit instead of through the forest (which is awesome because the water/rocks are super cool, but also makes it easy to get lost). Otherwise, this hike is awesome!! Tons of forest views and water-adjacent paths. Can be quite difficult at times on the way back up the side of the mountain. I recommend tacking on Laverty Falls trail to make it a longer loop and a more scenic hike!

hiking
6 months ago

Great Trail with awesome interactive waterfalls. Get right up close/underneath if you want! I recommend tacking on Moosehorn trail to make it a loop and a longer hike!

walking
6 months ago

Soooo cool. I recommend going during low tide (you can google it, as the times of the tides change each day) and walking as far as you can, and then going to each of the lookouts on the way back to see just how much higher the water gets in a short amount of time! Stupidly, the park is only open at 8am, so sometimes you can't catch the morning low tides. Also it cost $10 each, but it's worth it. Check out the tiny "museum" after for more info on what you saw!

scenic driving
6 months ago

Great Canadian landmark. Beautiful at the beginning and end. Mediocre views when actually on the bridge as you can't really see over the sides. Biggest turnoff is that it costs $45 to leave PEI!! Otherwise, awesome drive.

Easy trail but the nature is just fantastic. Like you are in the Elfen Forest :) waterfalls and moss are unique, cool even on a hottest day.

Nice, flat, easy stroll through the woods. Mostly heavily forested (no views) except for the exits to the beach. Very quiet. A few side trails in the area if you want to do a longer walk. For those bringing dogs be aware that the trails themselves are dog-friendly, but the beach area has signs posted "no dogs allowed". So, unfortunately you won't be able to take pooch down for a paw-dip in the water.

backpacking
7 months ago

Beautiful hike, spent the night on the beach. Undergoing some construction currently- looking forward to seeing how it turns out!

It's an easy walk with lots of views of the water, shoreline, and beaches

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