Trail Condition Report

Fundy National Park of Canada

Updated: October-10-18

For more information, see Fundy National Park`s website. 

Hiking Trails (Easy)
Easy trails are short and level, and can be hiked by almost anyone.
Condition Comments
Caribou Plain (2.1 km loop) Open Half of boardwalk loop is closed for repairs.
Shiphaven (0.5 km one way) Open No Comment
Park Roads
Condition Comments
Route 114 Open Open
Point Wolfe Road Open Open
Herring Cove Road Open Open
Laverty Road Open Open
Hastings Road Open Open
Shepody Road Closed Not recommended
Forty-Five Road Closed Not recommended
Moderate Trails
Moderate trails are medium length (3-6 km), or are shorter trails with a major hill. Most people should have little difficulty. Be prepared for changing weather.
Condition Comments
Coppermine (4.4 km loop) Open Wet and muddy sections
Dickson Falls (1.5 km loop) Partial CLOSURE Water levels are high
Dobson Link (2.6 km one way) Open No Comment
Black Horse Open No Comment
East Branch (5.6 km loop) Open No Comment
Herring Cove (0.5 km one way) Open No Comment
Kinnie Brook (1,4 km one way) Open No Comment
Laverty Falls (2.5 km one way) Open No Comment
Maple Grove (4.0 km one way) Open No Comment
Matthews Head (4.5 km loop) Open No Comment
Point Wolfe Beach (0.6 km one way) Closed Closed for maintenance
Tracey Lake (7.0 km one way) Open No Comment
Difficult Trails
Difficult trails are long, with steep sections, rough terrain, and/or river fords. You should have a map, a first-aid kit, extra clothing, drinking water and food.
Condition Comments
Bennett Brook (6.0 km one way) Open No Comment
Black Hole (5.5 km one way) Open No Comment
Coastal East (3.2 km one way) Open No Comment
Coastal West (6.9 km one way) Open No Comment
Goose River (7.9 km one way) Open Wet and muddy sections.
Marven Lake (8.0 km one way) Open No Comment
Moosehorn (4.8 km one way) Open No Comment
The Forks (3.4 km one way) Open No Comment
Third Vault Falls (3.7 km one way) Open No Comment
Tippen Lot North (2.3 km one way) Open No Comment
Tippen Lot South (1.9 km one way) Open No Comment
Upper Salmon River (8.8 km one way) Open No Comment
Whitetail (3.2 km one way) Open No Comment
Strenuous Trails
Strenuous trails include terrain which is very steep and physically demanding. Previous backcountry experience is essential. Be prepared with a map and compass, a first-aid kit, extra clothing, water and food.
Condition Comments
Foster Brook (4.4 km one way) Open No Comment
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