Fundy National Park is a
beautiful place, where the green Caledonia
Highlands meet the great tides of the Bay of Fundy. Here, the highest tides in the
world mark nature's subtle cadence. The highlands of
the Fundy National Park descend fairly 382 metres to
the Bay and the small rivers that flow through the Park tumble and
cascade as they drop to the sea, so waterfalls are common.
This 206-square-kilometre park offers exhibits, self-guided trails,
picnic areas, camping, various sport activities, and scenic viewpoints
there's bound to please everyone. Experience the extraordinary
force of the highest tides in the world
and unbelievable hiking on 125 kilometers of
absolutely incredible trails through deep river
valleys to hidden waterfalls, challenging rock scrambles and
coastline vistas at Fundy National Park.
New Brunswick has two
extraordinary national parks full of
natural wonder. Fundy National Park is one of them. This national park
is a nature-lower's paradise.
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