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.

  • #1 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 ...

  • #2 St-Anselme Rotary Park Trails

    0 Reviews

    Dieppe, NB

    St-Anselme Rotary Park is the site of many community activities, including Dieppe en fête, the international kite festival that alternates between Dieppe, New Brunswick and Dieppe, France every ...
    •  1.75 hours
    •  4.25 miles
    •  Guide

    St-Anselme Rotary Park is the site of many community activities, including Dieppe en fête, the international kite festival ...

  • #3 Irishtown Nature Park Trails

    0 Reviews

    Moncton, NB

    Irishtown Nature Park is the park that serendipity brought us. The Irishtown Road Reservoir was formed when the Harris brothers dammed Ogilvie Brook in the 1870s. It served as part of the city ...
    •  4.75 hours
    •  7.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Irishtown Nature Park is the park that serendipity brought us. The Irishtown Road Reservoir was formed when the Harris brothers ...

  • #4 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 ...

  • #5 Mapleton Park Trails

    0 Reviews

    Moncton, NB

    Mapleton Park was opened to take some of the pressure off Centennial Park, and to protect the flood plain of the west branch of Halls Creek, which winds through the park. It is another good example ...
    •  1.75 hours
    •  4.25 miles
    •  Guide

    Mapleton Park was opened to take some of the pressure off Centennial Park, and to protect the flood plain of the west branch ...

  • #6 Jones Lake Trail

    0 Reviews

    Moncton, NB

    In 1927, Moncton city limits ended at Jonathan Creek, where there was a tourist campground on the western bank off Milner Road. When a torrential downpour caused Jonathan Creek to overflow its ...
    •  30 minutes
    •  1.25 miles
    •  Guide

    In 1927, Moncton city limits ended at Jonathan Creek, where there was a tourist campground on the western bank off Milner ...

  • #7 Centennial Park Trails

    0 Reviews

    Moncton, NB

    Centennial Park was the city’s first nature park. The park became known as Natural Park. shortly after the original 200 acres of land were donated to the city in 1910. The land remained “natural” ...
    •  3.25 hours
    •  7.75 miles
    •  Guide

    Centennial Park was the city’s first nature park. The park became known as Natural Park. shortly after the original 200 acres ...

  • #8 Dieppe Linear Park System Trail

    0 Reviews

    Dieppe, NB

    Keeping its residents active has always been a priority for Dieppe. The town was one of the original “Participation” communities. Today, the city is working to implement a linear park system ...
    •  30 minutes
    •  1.25 miles
    •  Guide

    Keeping its residents active has always been a priority for Dieppe. The town was one of the original “Participation” communities. ...

  • #9 Riverfront Park, Riverview: Trans Canada Trail

    0 Reviews

    Riverview, NB

    Riverfront Park, Riverview’s portion of the Trans Canada Trail, is a great place to river watch in the middle of an urban environment. Over the years, the Petitcodiac River has shifted towards ...
    •  1.5 hours
    •  3.75 miles
    •  Guide

    Riverfront Park, Riverview’s portion of the Trans Canada Trail, is a great place to river watch in the middle of an urban ...

  • #10 Millennium Ecological Park Trail

    0 Reviews

    Moncton, NB

    The Millennium Ecological Park at the Université de Moncton is another park that could eventually be hooked up to the Millennium Trail network. This 3-4 hectare park is a new concept in urban ...
    •  10 minutes
    •  0.5 miles
    •  Guide

    The Millennium Ecological Park at the Université de Moncton is another park that could eventually be hooked up to the Millennium ...

  • #11 Bridgedale Trials

    0 Reviews

    Riverview, NB

    Most people know the trails behind the Bridgedale Community Centre as cross-country ski trails that are maintained by the Bridgedale Ski Club. However, the rough trails can also be hiked during ...
    •  45 minutes
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    Most people know the trails behind the Bridgedale Community Centre as cross-country ski trails that are maintained by the ...

  • #12 Dieppe Linear Park: Trans Canada Trail Portion

    0 Reviews

    Dieppe, NB

    The Trans Canada Trail is a multi-use trail that will span the country some day. New Brunswick is one of the leaders in the trail’s construction. Here in the Greater Moncton area, the trail runs ...
    •  2 hours
    •  4.5 miles
    •  Guide

    The Trans Canada Trail is a multi-use trail that will span the country some day. New Brunswick is one of the leaders in the ...

  • #13 Riverfront Promenade: Trans Canada Trail

    0 Reviews

    Moncton, NB

    Moncton’s portion of the Trans Canada Trail, known as Riverfront Promenade, runs along the Moncton side of the Petitcodiac River. The mighty Petitcodiac was a major influence on the city’s d ...
    •  1 hour
    •  2.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Moncton’s portion of the Trans Canada Trail, known as Riverfront Promenade, runs along the Moncton side of the Petitcodiac ...

  • #14 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 ...

  • #15 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: ...

  • #16 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 ...

  • #17 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 ...

  • #18 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 ...

  • #19 New Brunswick - Insiders' Guide

    0 Reviews

    Fredericton, NB

    New Brunswick, the gateway to Atlantic Canada, is a province of brilliant contrasts. It is truly bilingual; both French and English are taught in public schools. And it is bicultural as well, ...
    •  Guide

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

  • #20 Four Falls

    0 Reviews

    Grand Falls--Grand-Sault, NB

    As the name suggests, Four Falls is a series of four waterfalls, formed by Limestone Stream as it rushes wildly into the Aroostook River. This area is steeped in Canadian history.
    •  Negligible (roadside)
    •  Guide

    As the name suggests, Four Falls is a series of four waterfalls, formed by Limestone Stream as it rushes wildly into the ...