Best Hiking in New Brunswick

This list represents the most popular hiking in New Brunswick. Use this list to plan your next New Brunswick hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The trail provides easy access to the unusually wide Dunbar Falls. Trail Condition: wet ...
Beautiful features of the trail are the hardwoods it leads through, as well as the many ...
The main attraction of this trail is the waterfall. At 16 m (53 ft), these are the highest ...
Tucked away in the Nerepis hills, Welsford Falls and its two sister waterfalls on Welsford ...
Fall Brook Falls is reputed to be the highest waterfall in New Brunswick.
Nutter Brook flows in a southeasterly direction, twisting and turning through outcrops ...
Coac Falls is simply stunning. At 20 m (66 ft), this is one of the highest waterfalls ...
Clarendon Falls Brook drains Moose Lake and several wetlands located along the eastern ...
The country west of the small communities of Hoyt and Wirral in Sunbury County is a cornucopia ...
Clarendon Falls II is one of the most impressive slide waterfalls I have seen.
The republic of Madawaska is Appalachian country. This is where you find lofty mountain ...
The main feature of this trail is the truly amazing view from the 283 m (929 ft) summit ...
Small waterfalls and rapids in Bennett Brook can be seen at the bottom of the gorge. At ...
This trail features several vistas that overlook the beautiful French Fort Cove. Pretty ...
Every day, commuters heading for Woodstock along Route 585 drive by Millseat Falls without ...
Garden Creek Falls, without doubt, is one of our prettiest roadside waterfalls.
The main features of this trail are the spectacular coastline and the bog vegetation. ...
Mount Carleton is the highest peak in the Maritime provinces, and, on a clear day, the ...
Good views of remote areas of the Bay of Fundy with the Martin Head peninsula, old-growth ...
This is a shady trail through an older-growth forest. The main features of the trail are ...
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