ⓘ Fundy Footpath

                                     

ⓘ Fundy Footpath

The Fundy Footpath is a 41 kilometres hiking trail that starts at the Fundy Trail Parkway from Big Salmon River to Fundy National Park in New Brunswick, Canada. The trail connects to the 33 kilometres Fundy Trail at Fundy National Park, which in turn connects to the Dobson Trail. The trails earliest route was blazed by Jack McKay in the early 1980s but it fell into disuse. It was reestablished by Alonzo and Gilles Leger along with many, many other volunteers throughout the late 1980 and early 1990s. The trail was officially opened in 1994 under the management of the Fundy Hiking Trail Association Inc. In 2012 more than 500 people hiked the trail, which offers a challenging hiking experience lasting 4 days.

                                     
  • Fundy National Park is a national park of Canada located on the Bay of Fundy near the village of Alma, New Brunswick. It was officially opened on 29 July
  • The Bay of Fundy French: Baie de Fundy is a bay between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with a small portion touching the US
  • trail connects to the 33 - kilometre Fundy Trail at Fundy National Park, which in turn connects to the Fundy Footpath Dobson Trail Sentier NB Trail.
  • long La Cloche Silhouette Trail in Ontario 41 kilometres 25 mi long Fundy Footpath in New Brunswick 220 - kilometre 140 mi long Capital Pathway in Ontario
  • used as footpaths and ATV trails. A section of the roadbed near the Shubenacadie River bridge at South Maitland was developed in 2006 by the Fundy Tidal
  • ranges in the world  about 13 m 43 ft It is exceeded only by the Bay of Fundy and possibly Ungava Bay, both in Canada. The tidal wave starts far out
  • largest tidal range in the world - 48 feet 15 m exceeded only by the Bay of Fundy However a tidal range greater than that of the Severn is recorded from
  • the USA. Levees are very common on the marshlands bordering the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, Canada. The Acadians who settled the area
  • have a very high tidal range of 15 metres 49 ft second only to Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada and the gorge is relatively narrow and meandering, making
  • Canadian Press. July 16, 2018. Retrieved July 30, 2018. Surviving the Fundy Footpath airs this Saturday on CBC - TV CBC News. July 28, 2018. Retrieved July