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Well marked. Clean public bathrooms at lodge. Doggie bags provided. Beautiful lake with lifeguards in season.

tough but worth the hike!

hiking
2 days ago

hiked in through moosehorn and out through laverty. It was a great hike with no bugs! took about 3 hours plus stopped and swam at the falls for a bit

Steep sections but worth it.

Lots of bugs. Stroller friendly.

absolutely beautiful and worth the walk.

Beautiful! Easy trail with a waterfall as your destination!

We did all the connecting trails.. I believe it was 7 km. Awesome views for almost the whole trail and lots of places to get off the trail and relax on some rocks and take in the views.
There is definitely some roads that are right beside the trail, with lots of cars going by but I still think it deserves 5 stars!

hiking
8 days ago

Easy, beautiful hike. One of the most popular trails we did in the park. It's very easy and is a great family hike. Relatively quick, but we stopped every two seconds to take photos and to take in the sites, making it last about 30-45 min. The vibrant green moss and the waterfalls are beautiful. Reminded us a lot of Watkins Glen in NY.

hiking
9 days ago

Really enjoyed this hike, markings could be a bit better but over all not bad. First time doing it and I was by myself and I was able to find my way fine. Quite muddy in a few spots but didn’t really bother me too much.

Beautiful trail and waterfalls! Definitely worth hiking!

hiking
16 days ago

very beautiful in the fall of the year, take it from me, don't go during hunting season

Mesmerising

awesome hike and great falls and swimming spots

Always one of my favorite places to go. Love the views and the trails.

very user friendly, but need rain, brook was almost try

A fantastic hike up to the top of the Maritimes. We took the clockwise route taking the trail left out of parking area. Following the relatively flat trail by a brook. We even seen a mother moose and calf off in the woods. Once you get near the top the hike becomes much more challenging. Climbing over boulders and up over rock faces. The trail here is not marked that well. Follow the blue painted rocks. Once you’re at the top you get fantastic views into Maine, Quebec and of course New Brunswick. There is an old fire ranger house at the top. There is cell service at top but not on the climb. We continued the clockwise trip down the mountain. A much easier trip down the mountain as their is a four wheeler road down to parking lot. Advice bring lots of water, especially on a hot day and there is no cell service in the park.

hiking
22 days ago

We hiked in Moosehorn and out Laverty Falls, definitely the easiest way when combining these two trails. Took 3.5 hrs for both that included some rest time at the Falls.

Beautiful and relatively accessible given the terrain. Worth the stop.

Nice easy family hike. Young kids might find the stairs at the end challenging, but for older kids it’s a great hike. Very scenic as you descend into the ravine to the brook.

So beautiful great short hike if you just want to get moving. Lots of stairs and wide path.

hiking
25 days ago

It was really good, some tough terrain, kept it very entertaining... 3 waterfalls on the way, with some swimming holes, the water is amazingly clear. I jumped in fully clothed! I went backwards going all uphill. Good workout for sure.

hiking
26 days ago

Did this on an overcast day. Very greeen.

Very scenic trail with lots of stairs it’s a must do while at FNP. This trail is not accessible! Bring your camera as there are many beautiful shots to be taken.

Perfect. Not for kids under 12. Tired makes for a negative experience.

Hidden little gem in Fundy. Enjoy hikes by rushing water/waterfalls and this didn’t disappoint. It made for a nice easy walk my 4 year old and I could do together.

Will take your breath away.
Best to hike early to mid October before the leaves are falling. I would recommend taking the hard trail up and come back the same side but with the easy trail this time. Coming back on the other side will be walking several KM on loose rock on a straight paths with only a 90 degree angle. Difficult on the ankles to come back on that side of the mountain.

Not the best trail in the park since over 1/3 is the road leading to the boat drop off.
Trail is often closed for renovations over the years it seems.
Have been sticking to the regular trails from the park but for those of you competitionists then enjoy.

nice quick and easy hike enjoyable if on a time restraint.

Incredibly scenic and easy hike for the family.

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