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Fundy National Park of Canada

A group of people taking part in a Beach Walk program
© Parks Canada / J. Pleau

Beach walks

Why are the tides of the Bay of Fundy so high? What plants and animals survive in the vast expanse left exposed at low tide? Guided beach walks are offered on several Fundy National Park beaches. Each beach has its own particular features. Enter the fascinating world of the intertidal zone. Will we visit the beach at Alma, Point Wolfe, Herring Cove or Cannontown today?

  • Consult the Activity Schedule on the Park bulletin boards to find out when and where to meet the Interpreter
  • Offered several times a week in July and August
  • Wear old sneakers or rubber boots