30-mile trek through the wilderness along the Bay of Fundy

April to

October

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4h 47m

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about the trek

What to Expect

The Fundy Circuit circumnavigates Fundy National Park in New Brunswick over 30-miles. The park is home to the Bay of Fundy, which has the highest tides in the world. In just 6 hours, the tides can completely recede, revealing a world of cliffs and caves that were previously hidden from view.

"The wilderness holds answers to questions man has not yet learned to ask."

-Nancy Newhall

The Fundy Circuit passes over some of the region’s best and most challenging trails, including Coastal East, Coastal West, Marven Lake, Bennett Brook, Tracey Lake, Laverty Lake, Laverty Road, The Forks, and Upper Salmon River. Those who have hiked it say it’s a great mix of ocean and forest air, where ocean and lake views are equally likely (and appreciated). You can also run the circuit during the Fundy Circuit Ultra (50K, 24K, 12K), which naturally sells out each year.

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