Explore the most popular hiking 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.

great trail with an awesome view at the end

We absolutely love this trail! Very quiet and has 2 really big parks for kids to play. They also have vip lining too which is cool. Also there is a off leash dog park located there. The trails are very well kept and easy to walk. I definitely suggest going here.

hiking
18 days ago

Easy trail to navigate. A few icy spots. Wonderful views

Just got it but my first impression is worth 3 ⭐️

hiking
20 days ago

Nice scenery. Wasn’t very many people around. Well laid out paths

Great scenery moderate topography. Take a camera ad you will get great shots. Some areas are rugged with exposed tree roots; other areas easy walking. Board walks need repair in some areas. Steps added to make change in elevation easier. Worth the effort to get there. We travelled this trail on Boxing Day with no snow. Will be back in the summer.

Stellar views and easy to get to.

Nice casual hike. Not strenuous at all.

walking
26 days ago

Awesome walk through the uptown area.

Nice casual hike. Not strenuous at all.

Very easy hike. Would be a great opportunity to get out as a young family with children to introduce them to hiking. Awesome views!

backpacking
26 days ago

If you want a challenge, this is the trail for you. Despite the uphill battles, literally, there are many views that you can only get when hiking along the Fundy Footpath. Before attempting this daunting trek, be sure to have some experience under your belt in smaller, over night adventures.

My favourite trail in the region. Close to the city but still offers amazing views and a touch of difficulty.

Stunning view and great for any nature lover!

hiking
2 months ago

terrific falls to go visit. Didn't get it all in and water was on more of a low season

The trail begins with some industrial views and than follows along the coast.. It's very well travelled and maintained.. The difficulty increases once you go on the portion called "Troy's trail"

hiking
2 months ago

This is a great hike. We parked at the new building with the circular parking lot. We then hiked to the Little Salmon River campsites via the McCumber Brook Road access and the Fundy Footpath. Overnight at the campsites and then up/through Little Salmon to Walton Glen Brook and through the Eye of the Needle. Through the gorge and then back up to the car. You should also do the Walton Glen lookout if you haven’t seen it yet. Excellent day or overnight hike.

Great hike and awesome trail.
Backs on CFB.
beautiful helicopter pad built by the military engineers. awesome spot to set up camp. Along trail their is a great fire pit.

This was a nice hike to a very high spot. unfortunately the view from the top is becoming obscured due to brush and tree growth. The top needs to be trimmed back some.

hiking
2 months ago

Very well marked out.. Nice view points along the way..

hiking
2 months ago

come prepared with good hiking shoes and walking sticks, this one is harder than moderate!

The trail head is marked as Dobson Trail with another sign for ambulance reference. There is no cell reception.

Right and the beginning and through out, the trail is very steep. We crossed about 10 mudding vehicles.

The trail was pretty wet with places the tires tracks are dug deep.

The look out isnt indicated, but it is on the right hand side where there is a sort of round clearing. Climb the steep rocks and you will see the view up there!

this is where the Howard Pinacle ends.

nice little trail. It will soon need a little trimming.

Difficult to find as map says there is a parking lot. Only a stop on the side of a major highway.

I love this place. It's a great place to spend a few hours walking.

Great hike. Just enough to satisfy someone.

Did this place in the fall. It was beautiful. I can't wait to return next year

Beautiful place to go.

great hike

Great mountain biking trail

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