The Forks Trail

Cardwell, New Brunswick

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The main feature is the narrow gorge at the end of the trail. The Broad River has some deep holes here. In the fall, Atlantic salmon rest here when they come up to spawn; they can be observed in these holes. Fly fishing for salmon is allowed, provided you have a National Parks fishing permit. The People of the Salt and Fir Life in Point Wolfe, today part of Fundy National Park, was hard and prosperous in the 1800s. Trail Condition: dry.

The Forks Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The main feature is the narrow gorge at the end of the trail. The Broad River has some deep holes here. In the fall, Atlantic salmon rest here when they come up to spawn; they can be observed in these holes.

Fly fishing for salmon is allowed, provided you have a National Parks fishing permit. The People of the Salt and Fir Life in Point Wolfe, today part of Fundy National Park, was hard and prosperous in the 1800s. Trail Condition: dry."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Cardwell
Distance: 4.2
Elevation Gain: 900 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Best Spring-Fall
Local Contacts: Fundy National Park
Local Maps: 21 H/11 Waterford
Driving Directions: Directions to The Forks Trail

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May 2018