Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide Guide Book

by Nicholas Guitard (Goose Lane Editions)
Waterfalls of New Brunswick A Guide  by Nicholas Guitard

292pp/photos
ISBN: 0864926154

Pack your backpack, grab your camera, and hit the trail! Whether you are an avid outdoors person who loves a challenge or a family looking for a great picnic spot, New Brunswick has a waterfall waiting for you! This is the first fully trimmed-out guide to New Brunswick’s waterfalls, with full trail descriptions, GPS coordinates, driving directions, and breath-taking photos. It’s designed to optimize your waterfalls expeditions, ensuring that you know what to expect on your journey to any of the 100 featured waterfalls — some close the highways, others near marked trails, a few in the middle of the New Brunswick wilderness.

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Trails from the "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide" Guide Book
Displaying trails 1 to 20 of 100.
... Preview: The headwater of Benjamin River is buried deep in the Chaleur Highlands. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Bathurst, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: One of New Brunswick’s finest roadside waterfall sites, Briggs Mill Falls is located just upriver from the bridge spanning the North Branch Meduxnekeag River in the tiny hamlet of Oakville in Carleton ... From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Hartland, NB - Scenic Drives - Trail Length:
... Preview: Charlo Falls is one of several waterfalls on the South Charlo River, which begins deep in the Chaleur Highlands. PLEASE NOTE: This trail is private property and visitors are required to obtain the own ... From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Bathurst, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Christopher Brook is cradled amid a series of high mountains that make up the Appalachians. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Campbellton, NB - Scenic Drives - Trail Length:
... Preview: Glaciers receding from the Laurentian Shield carved deep valleys across the ancient Appalachian Mountain Range. Nestled in the valleys of Madawaska County are small hamlets like Francoeur, Levesque, a ... From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Edmundston, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: 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 ... From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Welsford, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Clarendon Falls II is one of the most impressive slide waterfalls I have seen. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Welsford, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: There is no wondering how this striking brook received its name. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Kedgwick River, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Coac Falls is simply stunning. At 20 m (66 ft), this is one of the highest waterfalls in the province and easily one of the most beautiful. Located between Upper Queensbury and Day Hill, Coac Stream a ... From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Nackawic, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: From its headwater in the ancient Caledonia Highlands, Crooked Creek cuts a narrow path down toward Shepody Bay. At Crooked Creek Falls, the creek squeezes suddenly through a small notch in the bedroc ... From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Riverside-Albert, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Gibson Creek cascades down through the hillside that forms the eastern ridge of mountains along the Saint John River. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Woodstock, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Dickson Falls is the most accessible and most often photographed of the many waterfalls located in Fundy National Park. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Alma, NB - Hiking - Trail Length: 1
... Preview: Digdeguash River, like all rivers west of Saint John, enters the Bay of Fundy through a waterfall. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
St Stephen, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Dunbar Falls is a favourite waterfall for many people in York County, especially those living in the Durham Bridge area. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Fredericton, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: O’Neil Brook flows calmly northward to meet Henderson Brook before emptying into Washademoak Lake. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Gagetown, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: East Branch Musquash Falls can be seen as you drive out along the highway. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Saint John, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: The majestic Eel River is a kayaker’s paradise, especially during the spring freshet or after a heavy rain. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Woodstock, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Just before Gibson Creek meets the Saint John River at Essepenack Cove, it produces one last waterfall for our enjoyment. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Woodstock, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: Fall Brook Falls is reputed to be the highest waterfall in New Brunswick. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Boiestown, NB - Hiking - Trail Length:
... Preview: The republic of Madawaska is Appalachian country. This is where you find lofty mountain peaks and deep narrow valleys, and tucked away next to the Quebec border, Madawaska’s own Falls Brook Falls. From the guidebook "Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide"
Edmundston, NB - Hiking - Trail Length: