New Brunswick - Outdoor Activities

New Brunswick has approximately 269 trails, including 225 hiking trails and 30 for mountain biking. These trails range from 0.3 to 42 miles in length. The most popular trails are Upper Duck Pond Trail, Herring Cove Loop Trail, Wallace Falls and New Brunswick. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in New Brunswick was Nancy D. who completed New River Beach Trail.

  • French Fort Cove

    2 Reviews

    Miramichi, NB

    French Fort Cove is located just off of the King George Highway in Miramichi West. This 6.2-mile out-and-back route offers several views of a dramatic gulch that plunges down to the French Fort ...
    •  6.2 miles
    •  Guide

    French Fort Cove is located just off of the King George Highway in Miramichi West. This 6.2-mile out-and-back route offers ...

  • Laverty Falls Trail

    2 Reviews

    Cardwell, NB

    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 ...
    •  2.25 hours
    •  3.1 miles
    •  Guide

    Beautiful features of the trail are the hardwoods it leads through, as well as the many wildflowers found here, especially ...

  • Bennett Brook

    2 Reviews

    Alma, NB

    The trail is located in Fundy National Park, near the Wolfe Lake or west entrance of the park. The main attractions at Fundy National Park are the dramatic cliffs that plunge into the ocean and ...
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is located in Fundy National Park, near the Wolfe Lake or west entrance of the park. The main attractions at Fundy ...

  • Third Vault Falls Trail

    1 Reviews

    Cardwell, NB

    The main attraction of this trail is the waterfall. At 16 m (53 ft), these are the highest falls in the park. Trail Condition: dry, rocky in parts.
    •  2.25 hours
    •  4.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The main attraction of this trail is the waterfall. At 16 m (53 ft), these are the highest falls in the park. Trail Condition: ...

  • Sugarloaf Summit Trail

    1 Reviews

    Campbellton, NB

    The main feature of this trail is the truly amazing view from the 283 m (929 ft) summit of Sugarloaf Mountain. There is a picnic site at the first section of the trail. Trail Condition: dry, ...
    •  2 hours
    •  3.2 miles
    •  Guide

    The main feature of this trail is the truly amazing view from the 283 m (929 ft) summit of Sugarloaf Mountain. There is a ...

  • Kent Junction Falls

    1 Reviews

    Miramichi, NB

    The headwater of Lower Meadow Brook is located just a few km/mi up from Kent Junction and is part of a large wetland in this region of peat bogs and wetlands.
    •  Negligible (roadside)
    •  Guide

    The headwater of Lower Meadow Brook is located just a few km/mi up from Kent Junction and is part of a large wetland in this ...

  • South Branch Oromocto Falls

    1 Reviews

    Hoyt, NB

    The country west of the small communities of Hoyt and Wirral in Sunbury County is a cornucopia of waterways.
    •  15 min
    •  1.2 miles
    •  Guide

    The country west of the small communities of Hoyt and Wirral in Sunbury County is a cornucopia of waterways.

  • Clarendon Falls Ii

    1 Reviews

    Welsford, NB

    Clarendon Falls II is one of the most impressive slide waterfalls I have seen.
    •  20 min
    •  Guide

    Clarendon Falls II is one of the most impressive slide waterfalls I have seen.

  • The Waterfalls Of Welsford Falls Brook

    1 Reviews

    Welsford, NB

    Tucked away in the Nerepis hills, Welsford Falls and its two sister waterfalls on Welsford Falls Brook count among New Brunswick’s littleknown treasures.
    •  30 min
    •  Guide

    Tucked away in the Nerepis hills, Welsford Falls and its two sister waterfalls on Welsford Falls Brook count among New Brunswick’s ...

  • Laverty Falls

    1 Reviews

    Alma, NB

    Laverty Falls in Fundy National Park flows across a rock face, opening up to form a shimmering bridal veil of water, similar to one found at Welsford.
    •  45 min
    •  Guide

    Laverty Falls in Fundy National Park flows across a rock face, opening up to form a shimmering bridal veil of water, similar ...

  • New Brunswick, Canada

    1 Reviews

    Fredericton, NB

    New Brunswick, an Atlantic province, shares a common border with Maine, but once you enter the area you know you’re not in New England anymore. Of the approximately 34,000 Loyalists who fled ...
    •  Up to a week's worth of fun.
    •  Guide

    New Brunswick, an Atlantic province, shares a common border with Maine, but once you enter the area you know you’re not in ...

  • Beaumont

    1 Reviews

    Beaumont, NB

    The trailhead is located in Beaumont, a half-hour southeast of Moncton on the Petitcodiac River. Spectacular views, challenging terrain, and exuberant riders combined to make this one of our ...
    •  15 miles
    •  Guide

    The trailhead is located in Beaumont, a half-hour southeast of Moncton on the Petitcodiac River. Spectacular views, challenging ...

  • Hillsborough

    1 Reviews

    Hillsborough, NB

    Hillsborough is situated on the west bank of the Petitcodiac River, approximately 14 miles south of downtown Moncton. The course is set in a former gypsum mining area and is renowned for its ...
    •  5.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Hillsborough is situated on the west bank of the Petitcodiac River, approximately 14 miles south of downtown Moncton. The ...

  • Sentier NB Trails: West Saint John - Musquash

    1 Reviews

    Saint John, NB

    The trailhead is situated just west of Saint John, off of the Trans-Canada Highway. This 18-mile out-and-back trail will soon be connected with downtown Saint john and currently offers riders ...
    •  18 miles
    •  Guide

    The trailhead is situated just west of Saint John, off of the Trans-Canada Highway. This 18-mile out-and-back trail will ...

  • Coppermine Trail

    1 Reviews

    Cardwell, NB

    This is a shady trail through an older-growth forest. The main features of the trail are the remains of an old gold and copper mine. Prospectors were first lured here after they found gold in ...
    •  1.75 hours
    •  2.8 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a shady trail through an older-growth forest. The main features of the trail are the remains of an old gold and copper ...

  • Mount Carleton Trail

    1 Reviews

    Campbellton, NB

    Mount Carleton is the highest peak in the Maritime provinces, and, on a clear day, the views from there are excellent. When the peak and the firetower are blanketed by fog, they appear eerie. ...
    •  3.5 hours
    •  6.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Mount Carleton is the highest peak in the Maritime provinces, and, on a clear day, the views from there are excellent. When ...

  • Millseat Falls

    1 Reviews

    Hartland, NB

    Every day, commuters heading for Woodstock along Route 585 drive by Millseat Falls without noticing this exquisite roadside falls because of its thick cover of spruce and cedar.
    •  Negligible (roadside)
    •  Guide

    Every day, commuters heading for Woodstock along Route 585 drive by Millseat Falls without noticing this exquisite roadside ...

  • Fall Brook Falls

    1 Reviews

    Boiestown, NB

    Fall Brook Falls is reputed to be the highest waterfall in New Brunswick.
    •  15 min
    •  Guide

    Fall Brook Falls is reputed to be the highest waterfall in New Brunswick.

  • Dunbar Falls

    1 Reviews

    Fredericton, NB

    Dunbar Falls is a favourite waterfall for many people in York County, especially those living in the Durham Bridge area.
    •  15 min
    •  Guide

    Dunbar Falls is a favourite waterfall for many people in York County, especially those living in the Durham Bridge area.

  • Rockwood Park

    1 Reviews

    Saint John, NB

    Rockwood Park is located just 5 minutes from downtown Saint John. The 7-mile ride heads out on the main gravel trail and creates a loop on the return trip, utilizing a combination of single and ...
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Rockwood Park is located just 5 minutes from downtown Saint John. The 7-mile ride heads out on the main gravel trail and ...

  • New River Beach Trail

    1 Reviews

    Welshpool, NB

    The main features of this trail are the spectacular coastline and the bog vegetation. The coastline is particularly interesting with its shore life – barnacles, sea urchins, rock crabs, and sand ...
    •  1.5 hours
    •  3.1 miles
    •  Guide

    The main features of this trail are the spectacular coastline and the bog vegetation. The coastline is particularly interesting ...

  • Raggedy Ass Falls

    1 Reviews

    Hoyt, NB

    Nutter Brook flows in a southeasterly direction, twisting and turning through outcrops before converging with the South Branch Oromocto River.
    •  15 min
    •  Guide

    Nutter Brook flows in a southeasterly direction, twisting and turning through outcrops before converging with the South Branch ...

  • Clarendon Falls I

    1 Reviews

    Welsford, NB

    Clarendon Falls Brook drains Moose Lake and several wetlands located along the eastern flanks of Queens Ridge in Queens County. The brook tumbles down from the ridge into a broad valley and eventually ...
    •  Negligible (roadside)
    •  Guide

    Clarendon Falls Brook drains Moose Lake and several wetlands located along the eastern flanks of Queens Ridge in Queens County. ...

  • Goose River

    1 Reviews

    Alma, NB

    The trail is in Fundy National Park. This ride follows an old cart track through heavily wooded terrain, rolling across a series of hills and valleys created by fast-flowing streams. It is a ...
    •  9.8 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is in Fundy National Park. This ride follows an old cart track through heavily wooded terrain, rolling across a ...

  • Dobson Trial

    1 Reviews

    Riverview, NB

    It seems fitting to end the book with one of the first trails ever constructed in the area. In 1960, the trails we hike today (Mapleton, Irishtown, the Trans Canada Trail) did not exist, and ...
    •  40 minutes
    •  1.5 miles
    •  Guide

    It seems fitting to end the book with one of the first trails ever constructed in the area. In 1960, the trails we hike today ...

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