Fundy National Park of Canada
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Trails and Viewpoints with Interpretive Signs
Perhaps you prefer exploring Fundy at your own pace or with friends and family. Several hiking trails have interpretive panels that will give some insights on the features of a particular sector of the park.
- Kinnie Brook is a moderate 2.8 km trail to a rocky river valley with a mysteriously vanishing stream
- Dickson Falls is a moderate 1.5 km loop that takes you to a picture-perfect waterfall and the opportunity to learn about this habitat biodiversity
- Shiphaven is an easy 1 km trail along the Point Wolfe River estuary where you can learn about the history of the area, and discover how the forest ecosystem has changed over time
There are also several viewpoints with interpretive signs throughout the park:
- Find out how glaciers helped create the landscape we walk on today in the Headquarters area
- Focus on marine life and Fundy's history at Herring Cove
- At the Point Wolfe Lookout, learn about species at risk and how Parks Canada is working towards the protection and restoration of the Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon
- At the Hueston Brook exhibit revisit the old Point Wolfe community and the bustling logging industry that existed there for over 150 years
- At the Dickson Falls Lookout, learn about this landscape and ecosystems that make up Fundy National Park. Relax, have a seat, and enjoy the spectacular view!