Fredericton, NB Trails and Parks

Fredericton has 14 trails in the vicinity, including 11 hiking trails and 3 for mountain biking. These trails range from 0.6 to 9 miles in length. The most popular trail is Archer's Alley. Trails.com member Jean Robert R. recently completed Archer's Alley.
  • New Brunswick, CanadaView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  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 New England anymore. ...

  • WoolastookView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  4.3 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is 6 miles west of Fredericton off the Trans-Canada Highway. Woolastook Park is recently privatized; the park has been rejuvenated ...

  • Odell ParkView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  3.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is located in Fredericton, on the south side of the Saint John River. Odell Park is situated on a hillside overlooking Fredericton. ...

  • Archer's AlleyView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  9 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is located in Fredericton, on the north shore of the Saint John River. Archer's Alley is the work-in-progress of an avid rider who ...

  • Trout Brook Falls (The Twins)View Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    •  Moderate to Difficult
    •  45 min
    •  Guide

    Some folks know this waterfall as the Twins , but its official name is Trout Brook Falls.

  • Dunbar FallsView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  15 min
    •  Guide

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

  • Dunbar Falls TrailView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  0.5 hours
    •  0.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail provides easy access to the unusually wide Dunbar Falls. Trail Condition: wet spots.

  • Odell Park LoopView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  1.5 hours
    •  3.1 miles
    •  Guide

    Along this old-forest loop, interpretive signs at the Arboretum Nature Trail indicate different species of trees, shrubs, and ferns native to ...

  • Nackawic Nature TrailView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  1.25 hours
    •  2.5 miles
    •  Guide

    The main attractions of this trail are the many fine views across the scenic St. John River and a number of historic sites. Picnic sites and ...

  • Hiker’s Dream Nature TrailView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  1 hour
    •  2.1 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail allows access to the Pokiok Stream, a dam, and its peaceful headpond. It also features very nice stands of hardwoods, particularly ...

  • Streamside Nature TrailView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  0.3 hours
    •  0.75 miles
    •  Guide

    The main features of the trail are the Pokiok Stream and its streamside vegetation, including trilliums and fiddleheads in the spring. Signs ...

  • Lookout – Partridge – Beechnut Nature TrailView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  1 hour
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    The main features of this nature walk are the scenery in its first part and the access to the Pokiok Stream, which is particularly impressive ...

  • Maliseet TrailView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy
    •  1 hour
    •  2.1 miles
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    This well-maintained trail gently ascends through open softwoods onto a beautiful hardwood ridge, where it levels off and swings to the left. ...

  • New Brunswick - Insiders' GuideView Trail Details

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    Fredericton, NB

    • Hiking  
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    New Brunswick, the gateway to Atlantic Canada, is a province of brilliant contrasts. It is truly bilingual; both French and English are taught ...