Explore the most popular Mountain Biking 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.

hiking
4 days ago

Great trails in the winter time. Had a blast! :) We found an old car bumper and sledded down a hill with it. 10/10 would do again

road biking
icy
5 days ago

hiking
icy
snow
13 days ago

I enjoyed it very much. I went there end of November. some spots of the trail were icy, so be careful . beautiful along the shore. The park also has a camp ground.

hiking
icy
13 days ago

hiking
icy
21 days ago

great assortment of trails. easy hiking

great trail, very slick

on Méruimticook Trail

hiking
1 month ago

The trail is in excellent condition, well maintained and marked.

hiking
1 month ago

moderate rating is accurate overall. there are a few tough spots that I would rate as more difficult. the descent down to the river is quite steep and I would not attempt if you are cycling. However if you are on foot, the view at the bottom is a nice reward for your efforts. It had rained a bit the day previous to my walk along this trail so the little stream at the bottom was not terribly little, but still manageable. I would say if you intend to cross it, be certain the water levels are not too high. Either that or be ready to get your socks wet, or even your thigh highs as you may find yourself pocket deep in water, foam, and rocks. Overall was a good visit. Though I am from Ontario I could see myself hiking that trail again on my next stop through NB.

Best hike I've done... be prepared to cross rivers/waterfalls. Check tidal charts as well! Beautiful views...

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful, took us about 1 hour 15 minutes. Pretty muddy after some rain yesterday. Easy to get off on a side trail. Great fall foliage

my phone died after we reached the peak, so I only recorded one way. What an incredible trail. Moderate to challenging with amazing panoramic views from the Fire Watch Tower. A must see part of the Appalachian Mountains

hiking
2 months ago

Nice hike, beautiful view at the top! It was great!

hiking
2 months ago

This trail is tagged as “moderate” - should be “easy”

hiking
2 months ago

Tough but fun. I only did 15km on south west end. Beautiful views.

My hike was 8.25km, parking not indicated, no signage along the trail, boardwalks has to be redone. I would rate this as an easy/moderate trail. A good thing I had my gps to follow the hike. But besides that I enjoyed my hike!

hiking
2 months ago

really nice difficult but amazing trail like landscape and camping site

trail was a bit confusing...we missed the actual beginning. looking at the Mt. from parking lot...walk to the right side to begin...up the left trail, down the right. gorgeous views...no cell reception so plan for this. long drive but a terrific medium length hike! fire tower is neat. $7 per vehicle. CASH only. :)

hiking
2 months ago

I would recommend more signage , we were unable to follow the trail so we came back along the golf course.

hiking
muddy
over grown
2 months ago

This is listed as moderate for an experience mountain biker! It is tricky trail with lots of roots and rocks. Ensure you have good gear on. It was wet so it was quite slippery. There were about 6 huge black muddy puddles so my feet got soaked. It was awesome! Trail is quite narrow 75 percent. Beautiful scenery!

hiking
3 months ago

My hiking partner and I just completed the trail. The trail can be described as primitive. It is not as isolated as I was originally led to believe. Strenuous up and down from stream to plateau. They don’t waste anytime getting you from sea level to 600 or 700 ft. We went west to east from interpretive center to Fundy National Park. Only Seeley Brook, Little Salmon River, Telegraph Brook, and Goose Creek have privies. Avoid Quiddy River, as many locals frequent this site (we met a family of five with a generator running who had camped for a week. They came in on ATV.). They seem to be down playing the Goose River tidal crossing, as trail is unkept and bypass trail is in great condition. We took five days , and did side trips to Eye of the Needle and Martin Head. Eye of the Needle is about 30 min up Little Salmon River, then follow blue blazes. Bring water shoes for frequent river crossings. Distances on map are not accurate. Entire trail is about 48 km, plus 12 km in Fundy National Park. At western end, mileage is as crow flies versus actual switchback and trail distance.

hiking
3 months ago

We loved this trail! Trail was varied (some uphill, some down). We loved the offshoot trails that led to the railroad and the lookout over the valley!

rocky
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

My daughter and i thought this would be a great starter trail for mountain biking. Maybe for little kids. It took us less than 20 minutes to finish and it was not challenging at all. Would be a good walking/running trail though :)

hiking
bugs
muddy
3 months ago

The trails are well maintained and numerous enough to offer many routes, but there were so many insects that no mosquito repellent worked. It made walking particularly unpleasant. It was the first time I decided to give up a hike for this reason. The place seems much more interesting in mountain biking.

mountain biking
3 months ago

fun, easy, and clean!

1h42 for the round trip.

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