The Fundy Trail offers a mix of wilderness, hiking and sighting. Noted as a popular wilderness park, it has trailing pathways that opens access to Bay of Fundy coast with breathtaking views of the coastline. The trail is located in St Martins, a popular fishing village between Florida and Labrador and extends for 11 kilometers in length. The trail is easily accessible from Saint John or Sussex as well. The beauty of the trail is its winding coastal trait along the coastline providing access to secluded beaches, ocean view, sea cliffs etc.
Here you can be part of a guided tour, hiking experience, cross country, ski or driving or walking tours that will give you memorable scenic views of the ocean and can sight unique marine like the Right Whales and wildlife like deer, porcupine, coyotes, bears, fox, chipmunks, squirrels to name a few. Bird watching is another favorite in this region with a wide variety of birds to sight like the robins, woodpeckers, merlins, warblers, gulls, hummingbirds, eagles to name a few.
A unique highlight of the trail is that it has strategically placed look out spots for the ocean view which are all wheelchair accessible. In fact all areas of the Fundy trail are wheelchair accessible making it the unique highlight of this trail. The Fundy trail is accessible from 6 am to8 pm on all days between May to October. From November to April, vehicle entry is prohibited and only the use of off-season gate is permitted.