Coppermine Trail

EASY 40 reviews
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Coppermine Trail is a 5.0 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Alma, New Brunswick, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 5.0 km Elevation Gain: 229 m Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

views

wild flowers

wildlife

hiking
3 months ago

A good trail through Fundy park along coast. Well marked and maintained.

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3 months ago

Good trail. Some inclines and descents but nothing very strenuous. Lots of little streams crossing the trail and a few small muddy spots after the hurricane.

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5 months ago

Nice trail to hike but we never found the coopermine. We followed some people up but there was no markings and we turned away.

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6 months ago

Nice moderate trail through the forest. Beautiful oddly shaped tree with little waterfalls. Steep at some points but nothing extreme. Amazing coastal views towards the end.

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6 months ago

A pleasant trail through the woods with waterfalls and some nice coastal views. I would be inclined to rate this trail as low end moderate rather than easy because of the elevation gain and the unevenness of the trail. Parks Canada classified it as moderate.

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7 months ago

Great trail with some extra distance to the Lookout on Goose River. It was a bit wet at some places. Will do this one again l.

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8 months ago

what an amazing trail! we followed the trail guides and really enjoyed it. it's a bit steep at parts, but not too bad! will definitely be going back to this trail.

hiking
10 months ago

I completed this in June 2018. It was an awesome experience. Not bad for my first hike in the province

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Sat Jul 08 2017

No copper mine or particularly good views. Nice forest.

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Thu May 18 2017

Well groomed trail but fairly long incline. Definitely take the trail to the right when you get to the fork. Makes for a much more favorable return.

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Sat Jul 13 2013

This trail was either going up or down the mountain and was fairly steep in a few areas. We had to cross a few small creeks along the way, but there were plenty of rocks or boulders to use to cross without getting wet. We took the fork to the right which took us away from the coast to start and I suggest this route because you will be climbing uphill almost steadily on the way in, but downhill on the return which is always preferable in my book! And the views were much better on the return as you could look out through the trees to the brilliant blue of the Bay of Fundy and see Nova Scotia in the distance across the bay.

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