Fundy National Park of Canada
© Parks Canada / C. Reardon
||Distance: 2.1 km loop or 0.5 km loop|
Time: 1 - 1.5 hours
Although woodland caribou once wintered in the area, you are more likely to see moose on this very popular trail. It is a cross-section through Fundy’s forest ecosystems with a thick evergreen stand, leafy hardwood groves, streamside alder thickets, and a bog. Small lakes add to the diversity of the scenery.
A short loop boardwalk, 0.5 km in length, is fully accessible to wheelchairs. A longer loop, 2.1 kilometres long, will take about 1 hour to walk with only brief stops.
Highlights Throughout the Year
- Deafening chorus of Spring Peepers, the smallest frogs of Fundy, in May and June
- Trout lily, Dutchman’s breeches, rose twisted-stalk, spring beauty, and purple trillium are all known as spring ephemerals; plants that must bloom and set seeds before the sunlight is obscured by a canopy of tree leaves
- A beaver pond and dam
- A place to see boreal birds such as Black-backed Woodpecker, Boreal Chickadee, Red Crossbill, and White-winged Crossbill.
- Beautiful fall colours
- A great place to observe the night sky throughout the year
- A great snowshoeing trail in winter