Category Archive: New Brunswick

Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Refuge, New Brunswick

There are two ways to get on or off Prince Edward Island: Via the ferry from Nova Scotia to the east or the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick to the west. I chose… Continue reading

Murray Beach Provincial Park and Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area, New Brunswick

Located along the Northumberland Strait, Murray Beach is a scenic cove with a sprawling open park that undoubtedly gets a lot of summer beach traffic. However, even though I was there at the… Continue reading

Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

The Hopewell Rocks are another marvel produced by the Bay of Fundy. Standing up to seventy feet tall, the multiple eroded sea stacks are a fantastic site, but what makes them all then… Continue reading

Fundy National Park, Part 3: Moosehorn and Laverty Falls Trails

My last hike in Fundy National Park was a loop that connected the Moosehorn and Laverty Falls Trails. Though the weather had been in the mid-70s during the days, that morning felt quite… Continue reading

Fundy National Park, Part 2: Matthews Head and the Coastal Trails

On the morning of my hike along the coastal trails there were clouds lingering at daybreak which resulted in a spectacular sunrise and an undeniably fantastic start to the day. I was eager… Continue reading

Fundy National Park, Part 1: Dickinson Falls, Caribou Plain, and Kinnie Brook Trails

The day of my arrival was rainy and foggy with poor visibility so I decided to stick with the inland trails in order to save the coastal hikes for clearer days. I started… Continue reading

Fundy Trail, New Brunswick. Or, Who Blazes a Trail With Green?

My day on the Fundy Trail was a day of stories. But first, a little background: The Fundy Trail is a ten mile dead-end parkway that runs along the Bay of Fundy just… Continue reading

Quaco Head Lighthouse and West Quaco Beach and Mudflats, New Brunswick

Spotting a lighthouse on the map that looked close to the sea caves, I drove back through the tiny collection of buildings known as St. Martins and across a few miles of salt… Continue reading

St. Martins Sea Caves, New Brunswick

The sea caves of St. Martins were one of the places recommended to me by the incredibly friendly people in the Saint Stephens visitor center. These shallow caves are being continually molded by… Continue reading

Covered Bridges in New Brunswick: Little Lepreau River, Tynemouth Creek, Irish River #1 and #2, and Sawmill Creek Covered Bridges

The province of New Brunswick has a lot of covered bridges – they even have a tour and print maps that have them all marked. As I made my way north along the… Continue reading