Fundy Trail Parkway - Top 10 Reasons To Visit
- Check out daily programs and the new gift shop
- Learn about the birthplace of the Atlantic Ocean
- Walk, hike or bike the 10 kilometres (six miles) of coastal multi-use trail
- Be inspired at 23 scenic lookouts offering unparalleled views
- Experience the highest tides in the world
- Explore four secluded beaches
- Participate in guided walks
- Traverse the 84-metre (275-foot) suspension bridge
- Climb down a cable ladder to the base of Fuller Falls
- Kayak alongside the Fundy Trail
Fundy Trail Parkway
The Fundy Trail opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 19 km (11.8 miles) trail begins just outside St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111.
Kayak around the Fundy Trail
Experience the most breathtaking views on the Fundy Trail Coastline… from the comfort of your kayak on this full-day guided adventure. We will begin our paddle in the historic Village of St. Martins Harbour, pass by the Sea Caves, and marvel at the towering cliffs and pristine beaches. Be amazed at the view as we arrive at the mouth of Big Salmon River just as the tall ships did a century ago.
A nutritious, locally inspired lunch will be provided on a beach by your friendly and experienced guides. No kayaking experience necessary, we will teach you all of the basics of safe sea kayaking. All equipment is provided.
Cost is $125 per person or $225 per couple.
We look forward to your visit to the Fundy Trail.
Hugging cliff tops above the world’s highest tides, the Fundy Trail winds its way along one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas between Florida and Labrador. The area is the breeding habitat for Right Whales and is one of the best places in the world for viewing marine and wildlife.
Hike, Bike, Drive or Ski the Fundy Trail
- Visitors can hike, bicycle, cross-country ski or drive the Fundy Trail, depending on the season.
- The pedestrian and bicycle trails connect to paths and stairways, across a suspension footbridge, past waterfalls towering 250 m above pristine beaches.
- Many of the lookouts and observation decks along the low-speed auto route are wheelchair friendly, and all offer spectacular views.
- Dogs on leashes are welcome on our trails. Bring them into the Interpretive Centre at Big Salmon River for a special treat.