Explore the most popular wildlife 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.

Lots of bugs. Stroller friendly.

so worth the hike in. these falls are beautiful

absolutely beautiful and worth the walk.

Beautiful! Easy trail with a waterfall as your destination!

hiking
5 days ago

Beautiful falls, but the hike itself is not very scenic compared to other hikes in the park. There's a steady decline as you hike down, making the hike back slightly strenuous, especially if it's hot. The end of the hike will bring you to the top of the waterfall. Continue the trail to the right to make your way down to the bottom where you can swim. We went on a day when it was 84 and were very thankful for the swimming hole at the end. Wish we had more time to do Moosehorn as well like others suggested.

hiking
5 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
8 days ago

We love this trail, both summer and winter. Our whole family hikes it together and often. Even the dogs!

Not very challenging for regular hikers but very amazing views of the bay!

Beautiful trail and waterfalls! Definitely worth hiking!

hiking
13 days ago

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

Mesmerising

nice hike if your doing the loop I recommend moosehorn first

We hiked this trail last year just after it opened from wildfires. We loved being the only ones on the trial with the exception of seeing two people the first day. There were several places where we hiked and could NOT find the trail, which was disappointing but we struggled on and found our way. Several spots were poorly taken care of but so much of it was excellently cared for! The lake was beautiful and had a nice spot for our tent. Definitely worth the time to hike this trail. Took us 4.5 days but we hiked right to headquarters in Fundy National Park. My husband and two friends are hiking it again this fall so I guess that tells what we thought of it! Try it if you’re in for a challenge!

Spectacular Falls! We hiked in Moosehorn and out Laverty Falls. Took 3.5 hrs for both trails, including some rest time at the Falls.

very scenic. longer than posted, and some of the climbs are steep. Definitely worth the time.

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

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

hiking
23 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.

Fabulous trail. Started late in the day so and it was very hot. Would love to add Moosehorn to complete the loop. Will begin earlier next time to accomplish that! Well marked trail. Lots of roots! I would agree with the Moderate rating.

backpacking
25 days ago

Absolutely gorgeous! Strenuous at points given the drastic ups and downs but well worth the climbs. And every spot to camp is a 10 out 10 for sure. Everything from sandy beaches to riverside coves.

Nice Trail, if you get there early (7am-8am) you can avoid trail traffic.

Hike is easy and well marked, falls at the end are great.

Great trail ! Awesome workout

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
1 month 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.

A bit boggy in the riverview end but all in all a great trail for a multi-night hiking n camping:)

hiking
1 month 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.

Been there in search of three caves.
Found two along Rockpile Road called Howes cave.
Won't disappoint but bring lots of water cause the refueling area are scarce.

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.

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