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Laverty Falls Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Beautiful features of the trail are the hardwoods it leads through, as well as the many wildflowers found here, especially in spring. The Laverty Falls are remarkable, as are the unspoiled Haley and Laverty brooks at the end of the trail. Trail Condition: dry."
--Marianne Eiselt & H.A. Eiselt, Hiking Trails of New Brunswick (Goose Lane Editions).
We hiked Moosehorn and Laverty Falls. We got there early as the Laverty Falls are very popular on warm days, people go swimming. We were the second car in the parking lot at 8:30am. We started with Moosehorn Trail a very nice slow 600' descent into the valley (approx 3.1km long) in the valley, there are a series of beautiful waterfalls with swimming holes at each. I took a dip in each one, water was freezing but refreshing! By the third and final swimming hole before meeting up with Laverty Falls Trail, we started seeing signs of human life!
The Laverty Falls were really nice but full of people so we did not stay very long. The ascent was over 2.5KM of steady ascent. Both trails have quite a bit of exposed roots, more so on the Moosehorn Trail. We definitely enjoyed these two trails!
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