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.

Was beautiful hike into waterfalls but only downside was water was very low and not much for falls be better to check falls in spring or after a big rain.

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.

backpacking
3 days ago

Fantastic Trail. Started at Big Salmon River, and finished in Fundy National Park, and that took us 3.5 days. Trail is well marked with white blazes although white moss on many trees made it interesting at times :). Lots of ascents and descents as you successively go from brook at sea-level to hill-top over and over throughout the journey. Great views and significant hiking in the woods to shield from the ocean winds. Next time I intend to try reverse direction.

hiking
9 days ago

Trail is in very poor condition in some sections - there have been some washouts and after a heavy rainfall some of the side streams were a little treacherous to cross. Expect to get your feet wet. It's also a little more challenging than it's normal "Easy" rating.

Some inconsiderate hikers have left broken bottles and beer cans all over the area around the falls itself. and a few along the trail. We packed out some of the garbage, but there was no enough space in our bags to get it all.

The reward is definitely worth the inconveniences though. Wading and swimming in the water was refreshing. Finding the hiding spot behind the falls, and looking out through the falling water was also a lot of fun. Watch your step if you are wading, there are hidden and unexpected drop offs and whirlpools carved by the falling water.

backpacking
12 days ago

Great hike ! Do it soon before it’s gone !

The tallest waterfall in New Brunswick and so beautiful! There's a fee of $10 per vehicle but it's worth the money.

hiking
16 days ago

Awesome little trail and if it weren’t for so many of is tourists, it’d be incredibly peaceful! I can see why reviewers before me gave it such a good score.

Awesome hike with an amazing waterfall at the end. The trail follows a constant downhill grade right to the falls (2.2 miles). It gets a little steep at the end but still quite manageable. Not too difficult as long as you are agile and somewhat in shape. Once you reach the stream, keep going down and towards the left. (This part is a bit tricky but not too bad). After a couple minutes, you will reach the waterfall! The hike back is all uphill. At a steady pace, this entire trip (including a 25 minute break at the falls) took us a total of 1 hour 50 minutes (4.4 miles) Totally worth it!

hiking
1 month ago

nice spot

Please tell me if I’m wrong but I went to this trail and it was near the old abandoned motel. The trail was overgrown and hard to follow and left an overall eerie vibe.

Not for the faint of heart, it’s a fair trek in and out and not to be underestimated. It’s one of my favorites partly because of the waterfall, but it’s definitely not an easy hike.

1 month ago

Well worth the time, incredible falls and a good workout

hiking
2 months ago

Short trail, mostly stairs and board walk. Lots of running water and nice falls. Lots of reward for little effort
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walking
2 months ago

This trail was stunning! Would absolutely go back!

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

Easy hike and pretty waterfall!

snowshoeing
5 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.

backpacking
8 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.

Great trail, well marked. Beautiful Falls!

great place to go with kids

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.

birding
10 months ago

Ya...no doubt,....follow me here follow me there.......

backpacking
10 months ago

awesome trail . not for everyone . 73 hrs . try a little faster next time . people say its harder to go one way than the other . dont be fooled it is not easy either way .

10 months ago

Best trail you're gonna find in the maritimes outside of Newfoundland hands down. Very strenuous though.

Trail is marked very well. No complaints. A bit more of an incline then I was expecting. I will definitely walk it again.

backpacking
11 months ago

A tough hike that allows you to feel like you've earned every view and every campsite.

backpacking
11 months ago

My girlfriend and I backpacked planned on taking 4 days to finish the trail (Wolf Pointe to Interactive Center), yet finished in 3. We camped at Goose Creek the 1st night and Little Salmon the 2nd. We noticed that every camping spot seemed like a great option.

I could go on at length discussing strategy for this feat but there is plenty of literature provided by the Fundy Hiking Trail Association (http://fundyhikingtrails.com/). I would recommend getting there guide as it also helps them out.

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