Cape Jourimain Beach

Top 5 Beach Trails

What better way to cool off after a summer hike than to hit the beach. The following is a list of my top 5 picks for trails near sandy beaches in the province that are great for swimming. There are also many beautiful rocky beaches along the Bay of Fundy that are great for photography

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Raggedy Ass Falls 1

Top 5 Swimming Waterfalls

Bonus videos from 2015 at the bottom. The following are my favorite five New Brunswick waterfalls to swim in: 1. Moosehorn Falls – The Moosehorn Trail at Fundy National Park starts at Laverty Falls and travels down along Laverty Stream until the stream bed turns into rock. The large granite slabs have been carved by

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Kouchibouguac River / Rivière Kouchibouguac

De la marche à la raquette

Publié le 7 décembre 2013 par James Donald Les liens ci-dessous mènent vers des pages disponibles en anglais seulement pour le moment. À l’arrivée de décembre, il faut se rendre à l’évidence : c’est le temps de troquer les bottines d’été pour des bottes d’hiver doublées, et de sortir ses raquettes. Rien n’égale le silence

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Mount Bailey / Mont Bailey

From Hiking to Snowshoeing

It’s December and that means we have to put away our hiking boots and get out our winter boots and snowshoes. There is nothing better than the silence of the forest after a fresh snowfall but there are some things you should remember before heading out. There are three main differences between hiking and snowshoeing.

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Walking at Night

Hiking at Night

By having young kids I am sometimes limited by when I can go hiking. Sometimes that means near or after dark when they are in bed. The good news is that the edge of the day is usually the best time for landscape photography. After the kids were in bed last friday night I took

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Hiking NB Blog Navigation

The new Hiking NB blog can be accessed through the Trails Log page of the main Hiking NB website.  You can either click on the link at the top of the page or through a link in the Trails log to an individual trail post marked with (blog) after the date.  I will also be

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