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Biking the Fundy Trail Parkway in New Brunswick

If you're looking for great views, coastal wilderness and a strenuous bike ride or hike on the New Brunswick side of the Bay of Fundy then make your way to the Fundy Trail Parkway. The Fundy Trail Parkway is a 16 kilometre coastal road located ten kilometres east of the town of St. Martins. It's easily accessed from Saint John or Moncton but don't confuse it with Fundy National Park which lies further to the east. There…

A Trip to Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick – On Foot & By Kayak

Every year about 175,000 people visit Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick. It's one of the most popular attractions in the province appealing to people of all ages. The Hopewell Rocks - also known as The Flowerpots are located on the Bay of Fundy - home to the world's largest tides. Every day more than 100 billion tons of water reportedly flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy - as much as all the…

Kayaking the World’s Highest Tides in the Cape Chignecto Area

Interested in kayaking the world's highest tides? One place you can do that is on the Bay of Fundy in the Cape Chignecto area of Nova Scotia.  The Cape Chignecto area is a wild, unspoiled landscape best appreciated from the water. The kayaking allows you to get close to rock spires, including the legendary Three Sisters, arches, cliffs and even rock amphitheaters. There are rocky beaches too - perfect for picnics or for camping if…

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