Explore the most popular waterfall 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.

walking
26 days ago

Awesome walk through the uptown area.

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.

hiking
2 months ago

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

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

3 months ago

Rain raised level only short trail open

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful waterfall! We hiked it during mid-October, making the trail quite wet. Unfortunately, many places along the trail are poorly kept/overgrown, making the trail a little hard to follow. I’d definitely consider this trail more of a “moderate” hike, considering the paths you need to make to adjust for the washed out areas of the trail. The waterfall is definitely worth it, though!

Absolutely love this trail! To me, the real "Hikers Dream Nature Trail" is actually up the first road where the big sign is. This is my favourite trail out of the 3 you can do. A bit longer but still well maintained and clear trail markings. Is an absolutely BEAUTIFUL trail!

hiking
3 months ago

An easy picturesque trail that’s great for a stroll through nature with babbling brooks and waterfalls.

3 months ago

Amazing trip!! A must for every hiker!

a little out of the way but it was fun. Bring a swim suit

Awesome trail with an amazing waterfall. I highly recommend it

hiking
4 months ago

We hiked in on Laverty and back out on Moosehorn in June. It was rather warm that day. The hike down on Laverty was no problem, but the hike back up on Moosehorn and rather difficult. Many bugs as well. We would not recommend this for anyone carrying a child in a carrier or otherwise. We also had some issues staying on the trail as it was not marked well. Alltrails map helped keep us on track.

great trail. took about 3.5hours with breaks and enjoying the falls.

Great path to run, walk along the city harbour. Well paved and lots of places just to sit and day dream.

hiking
4 months ago

Nice trail with some scrambling over rocks when trail hits the river bed - not hard to follow / or find the trail though. Did this combined with laverty falls for a good hike. A few good spots to swim if its hot enough too. Total time was just under 3hrs, with an actual hike time was 2hrs and 5mins as we did lots of sightseeing and picture taking.

Great trail with beautiful waterfall and swimming hole at the end. Last 500m to the waterfall is steep with a stream crossing. Well worth the effort and one of my favourite Fundy NP hikes.

hiking
4 months ago

We really enjoyed this hike in today. I think it’s a bit more challenging than “easy” especially with 2 dogs and 3,5, and 7 year olds, but we got through no problem. The view was awesome and well worth the trek. I would recommend bringing along sturdy shoes as the trail is washed out in many places, and a bathing suit to enjoy the refreshing water. Definitely going to do this again.

walking
4 months ago

Great little set of falls. Nice and shallow for kids to play around in. Short walk in along a path beside stream. Entrance to path is right at the beginning of roadway. You might think your going into the ditch on the right but there is a trail there.

4 months ago

Lindsay Valley has several crosscountry skiing trails that are easy hiking trails in the warm season and Lindsay Falls is off of one of them and fairly easy to find. Unfortunately, the 2018 flood washed out the bridges on these trails and hopefully these will be replaced but haven't been as of August. The water was impassable in late spring but there are easy spots to find to cross now. Of course, the waterfall is less impressive at this time of year but still a nice little spot to see.

The other trails are enjoyable to hike or run regardless of the waterfall access.

nb: The lodge is only open in the winter season, and there are no washrooms otherwise.

this trail is over 4 km with lots of ups and downs. very raw with little history blurbs along the way. trail is well marked and we were very pleased to discover this trail.

backpacking
4 months ago

Gorgeous and strenuous. Have done this one several times in both directions and the hill ascents going west to east are steeper than the other way. Recommend 3-4 days depending on where you plan to start and finish. Strongly recommend buying the guide booklet. Recommend spending one night in Little Salmon River and doing the side trail to Walton Glen Gorge / Eye of the Needle. Avoid camping at Martin Head especially on weekends as it's a bit of a local party spot.

snowshoeing
4 months ago

Beautiful in the winter

hiking
5 months ago

Nice waterfall. Bridges are condemned but still passable. Probably won’t last another winter

Steep climb but the view makes it all worth while!!!

hiking
5 months 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

hiking
5 months ago

Picturesque little hike, beautiful hidden falls

so worth the hike in. these falls are beautiful

absolutely beautiful and worth the walk.

Beautiful! Easy trail with a waterfall as your destination!

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