Fundy Footpath

Saint Martins, New Brunswick

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Good views of remote areas of the Bay of Fundy with the Martin Head peninsula, old-growth coastal forests, pebble beaches, mudflats, and a high chance of seeing wildlife. There are also remnants of old dam structures and loading docks from the shipbuilding era between 1830 and the early 1900s. The Fundy Footpath is a great way for the experienced backpacker to get away from it all. Trail Condition: Rocky, rooty, very steep in parts, watch tides in spots. The Goose River and Goose Creek can only be crossed during low tide. In spring and after heavy rainfall, the Little Salmon River, Wolf Brook, Quiddy River, and Rapidy Brook may be impassable. Be warned not to cross or swim across the dangerously overflowing waters.
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by Marianne Eiselt & H.A. Eiselt (Goose Lane Editions)

Good views of remote areas of the Bay of Fundy with the Martin Head peninsula, old-growth coastal forests, pebble beaches, mudflats, and a high chance of seeing wildlife. There are also remnants of old dam structures and loading docks from the shipbuilding era between 1830 and the early 1900s. The Fundy Footpath is a great way for the experienced backpacker to get away from it all.

Trail Condition: Rocky, rooty, very steep in parts, watch tides in spots. The Goose River and Goose Creek can only be crossed during low tide. In spring and after heavy rainfall, the Little Salmon River, Wolf Brook, Quiddy River, and Rapidy Brook may be impassable. Be warned not to cross or swim across the dangerously overflowing waters.

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Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Saint Martins
Distance: 25.5
Elevation Gain: 650 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 3 days
Season: Best Spring-Fall
Local Contacts: Fundy Trail Parkway
Local Maps: 21 H/6 Salmon River
Driving Directions: Directions to Fundy Footpath

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May 2018