With over 100 kilometres of trails, hiking is the most popular activity in the Fundy National Park. Fundy's trails range from small half-kilometre loops to demanding 50-kilometre circuits around the park. It's always a good idea to plan out your hikes and bring the proper gear and provisions along. We suggest light footwear with good traction, a windbreaker for the colder micro-climates, sufficient drinking water, and it's always a good to pack some food to replenish your energy. Don't forget a trail map, compass or GPS!
The Fundy Circuit
The Circuit is seven linked trails totaling 48-kilometre. The network takes you through river valleys, along lakes and coastlines, and across pristine forests. The hike takes three to five days to complete (pre-registering is required). It's best to start the hike on the coastline.
The Fundy Challenge
Hike 100 kilometres in Canada's national parks! Sponsored by the Fundy Guild, the challenge is a 100 kilometer hike. There is no time limit for reaching your goal, you only have to log 10 kilometers of Fundy National Park's trails in your official hiking log (available at park kiosks, information centres, and the Fundy Guild Bookshop), the rest can be done in any of Canada's National parks.
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