Fundy National Park has a large trail system with soaring coastal views showcasing the highest tides in the world and the Acadian forest. Come marvel at the waterfalls, descend into moss-covered river valleys and swim in backcountry pools. If you're lucky, you may even see some of New Brunswick's wildlife! Our trails ranking uses the international system, so you can be sure you know what you are getting into.


Trail Conditions

Conditions can vary on a daily basis:

You can also contact the Visitor Centre for the most up to date information.

Below is the complete list of all hiking and mountain biking trails in Fundy National Park.


Fundy National Park trail system
Name Distance/Time Habitats Features
Easy trails
These trails are somewhat flat and have a hard packed surface. They are suitable for all visitors, regardless of hiking experience. Fundy also has some trails that are wheelchair accessible.
Alma Beach 100 metres
10 min
Beach access, tidal
viewing point
Hiking Lookout Beach Wheelchair access
Caribou Plain 2.1 km loop
1 to 1.5 h
Carnivorous bog plants,
beaver ponds
Interpretive hiking trail Out house
Cassiopeia 0.9 km one way
15 min
Forest Hiking Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
Cygnus 1.5 km one way
15 to 20 min
Forest Hiking Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
Orion 1 km one way
15 to 20 min
Forest Hiking Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
Ursa Major 1 km one way
15 to 20 min
Forest Hiking Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
Ursa Minor 0.7 km one way
15 min
Forest Hiking Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
MacLaren Pond 1 km return trip
30 min
Indigenous medicine trail,
frogs and beavers
Interpretive hiking trail Mountain bike Wheelchair access
Shiphaven 1 km return trip
30 min
Magnificent estuary views,
covered bridge
Interpretive hiking trail Lookout Covered bridge Out house The great trail
Moderate trails
Moderate trails will have some elevation gain with short steep sections. We recommend that you have some basic hiking experience for these hikes.
Black Horse 4.4 km loop
1.5 to 2 h
Former homestead
foundations, view of Bay
Hiking Lookout Mountain bike
Coppermine 4.4 km loop
1.5 to 2 h
Old mine site, great
coastal views
Interpretive hiking trail Lookout Out house
Dickson Falls 1.5 km loop
30 to 45 min
Boardwalk and stairs,
tumbling cascades
Interpretive hiking trail Lookout Waterfall Out house
Dobson Link 2.6 km one way
1 to 1.5 h
Forest fire regeneration Hiking Hiking river crossing The great trail
East Branch 5.6 km loop
2 to 2.5 h
Forest Hiking Mountain bike
Herring Cove Beach 1 km return trip
30 min
Beach access, stairs Interpretive hiking trail Stairs Out house
Kinnie Brook 2.8 km return trip
1.5 h
Steep walled valley,
disappearing stream.
Interpretive hiking trail Out house
Laverty Falls 2.5 km one way
1 to 1.5 h
Curtain waterfall,
swimming hole.
Hiking Waterfall Out house
Maple Grove 3.5 km one way
1.5 to 2 h
Open hardwood forest,
beautiful fall colours
Hiking Mountain bike
Matthews Head 4.5 km loop
1.5 to 2 h
Great coastal views,
sea stack
Hiking Lookout
Peregrine 1 km one way
15 to 20 min
Forest Hiking Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
Pumptrack 106.5 m and 141.6 m loops Forest Mountain bike Men/women/accessible barrier-free toilet
Point Wolfe Beach 1 km return trip
30 min
Beach access,
towering red spruce
Interpretive hiking trail Lookout Beach Out house
Tracey Lake 7 km one way
2.5 h
Trail can be wet, moose
and pitcher plants
Hiking Country camping Out house
Difficult trails
Difficult trails can have lots of elevation gain, be steep or even have obstacles. These trails are for visitors who have hiking experience. Please come prepared with the proper equipment.
Bennett Brook 13 km return trip
5 to 6 h
Dam and fishway, steep
switchback climbs
Hiking Hiking river crossing Mountain bike Waterfall Men/women toilet
Black Hole 5.5 km one way
2 h
Salmon pools, steep
descent to river
Hiking Mountain bike
Coastal East 3 km one way
2 h
Ridge top views, fern glades,
lush forests
Hiking Lookout Men/women toilet The great trail
Coastal West 6.7 km one way
2.5 to 3 h
Steep sections,
coastal views
Hiking Lookout The great trail
Foster Brook 4.4 km one way
1.5 to 2 h
Shaded forest, unique
backcountry camping
Hiking Hiking river crossing Country camping
Goose River 11.3 km one way
2.5 to 3 h
Spectacular backcountry
camping
Hiking Lookout Country camping Mountain bike Out house The great trail
Marven Lake 8.5 km one way
2.5 to 3 h
Home to trout, bullfrogs,
moose and beaver
Hiking Country camping Mountain bike Out house
Moosehorn 4.5 km one way
2 to 3 h
Steep descent and return,
great picnicking
Hiking Waterfall Out house The great trail
The Forks 3.2 km one way
1.5 to 2 h
Steep descent and return,
deep pools
Hiking Hiking river crossing Out house The great trail
Third Vault Falls 7.4 km return trip
3 to 4 h
Park's highest
waterfall (16 m)
Hiking Waterfall Out house
Tippen Lot North 3 km one way
1.5 to 2 h
Beech grove Hiking Mountain bike
Tippen Lot South 1.85 km one way
1.5 to 2 h
Old beaver pond, panoramic
view of the forest
Hiking
Upper Salmon River 8.2 km one way
3.5 h
Salmon pools, rapids
and river crossing
Hiking Hiking river crossing Men/women toilet The great trail
Whitetail 5.7 km one way
2 to 2.5 h
Mountain biking, several
small brook crossings
Hiking Mountain bike Men/women toilet

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