The Mighty Salmon

Waterford, New Brunswick

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The Fundy Model Forest is located on the southern coast of New Brunswick, between Sussex and Martin Head. The Mighty Salmon is an epic 33-mile combination ride that travels through the Fundy Model Forest and virtually parallels the Big Salmon River. The ride begins from the comfort of Adair's Wilderness Lodge, then ventures into the wild heart of Southern New Brunswick. The outbound destination, the Salmon River Park at the mouth of Big salmon River on the Bay of Fundy, is reached by following a rough and rugged trail of mostly abandoned logging roads and snowmobile trails that are popular among ATV riders in the summer. On the return trip, the ride follows well-graded logging roads.

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"The Fundy Model Forest is located on the southern coast of New Brunswick, between Sussex and Martin Head. The Mighty Salmon is an epic 33-mile combination ride that travels through the Fundy Model Forest and virtually parallels the Big Salmon River. The ride begins from the comfort of Adair's Wilderness Lodge, then ventures into the wild heart of Southern New Brunswick.

The outbound destination, the Salmon River Park at the mouth of Big salmon River on the Bay of Fundy, is reached by following a rough and rugged trail of mostly abandoned logging roads and snowmobile trails that are popular among ATV riders in the summer. On the return trip, the ride follows well-graded logging roads."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Waterford
Distance: 33
Elevation Gain: 1,400 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Season: May through October.
Local Contacts: Fundy Model Forest Network, 800-546-4838.
Local Maps: NTS: 21 H / 11 Waterford an 21 H / 6 Salmon River.
Driving Directions: Directions to The Mighty Salmon

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May 2018