Enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the Bay of Fundy while rappelling and climbing the towering cliffs at Cape Enrage. Cape Enrage’s rappelling adventure is about two hours in duration and as many descents as participants are energy for during that time period, typically about six descents. Read "Rappelling and Climbing at Cape Enrage"
One of the first things visitors often ask upon arriving in the Fundy region is “Where can I go for a great seafood dinner?” That’s easy. Fishing is one of the region’s major industries and there are a multitude of restaurants in nearly every community that lines the shores of Fundy specializing in fresh, local seafood with options for all budgets. Read "Where to Find the Best Seafood Dinner in the Bay of Fundy"
Miles upon miles of Bay of Fundy hiking trails wait to be explored along the coast that surrounds the magnificent Bay of Fundy. In Fundy’s many parks find trails suited to those looking for a leisurely hike as well as for those seeking a genuine challenge. Follow rugged trails to otherwise hidden, breathtaking coastal and forested territories, such as those found along the Fundy Footpath, stick to more traveled pathways that lead you to stunning rural vistas, like Cape Split, or take a more relaxed beach hike along Fundy’s pristine shoreline. Read "Bay of Fundy Hiking Trails"
This week I would like to bring you to three hiking locations, two in Nova Scotia and one in good old dependable Fundy Park. At this time of year I, like most hikers, am happy to be going out in to the forest, especially when that forest is near the ocean. These hikes are usually cooler and being near the ocean breezes there usually are not too many nasty insects flying about. Read "3 Terrific Hiking Locations"
Although there are many places along the Bay of Fundy coastline that allow for magnificent stargazing, Irving Nature Park – situated directly on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Saint John, New Brunswick – was recently designated the first Urban Star Park in Canada by The Royal Astronomical Society. Read "Stargazing in Canada’s First Urban Star Park"
The Bay of Fundy’s rich ecosystems, including many bogs, marshes and mudflats, support the lives of numerous plants and animals. The New Brunswick side of the Upper Bay of Fundy is home to the Fundy Biosphere Reserve, one of 531 landscapes in 105 countries designated as UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves. The Fundy Biosphere Reserve named 50 “Amazing Places” for visitors to explore. Read "Rich Ecosystem: 50 Amazing Places to Explore"
To experience the wilderness surrounding the Bay of Fundy, explore the expansive wilderness of Fundy National Park, travel the Fundy Trail Parkway to previously unreachable coastal areas, inspect the old-growth forests and steep ravines of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park or visit Brier Island to appreciate its wealth of wildflowers, orchids and the endangered Eastern Mountain Avens. Read "Wildlife & Wilderness"
Set out on the Bay of Fundy from Digby, NS, Campobello Island, NB or St. Andrews, NB on a deep sea fishing adventure. Popular catch in the Bay of Fundy include mackerel, pollack, flounder, cod, haddock, halibut and the porbeagle shark. Read "Deep Sea Fishing: One of Canada’s Best Spots"
Along the Fundy coast there are over thirty 9- and 18-hole courses with an additional sixty courses within a relatively short drive from the Bay. Some of the highest rated courses in Canada can be found in the Maritime Provinces and golfing here can be described as nothing short of invigorating, rewarding and picturesque. Read "30+ Scenic Golf Courses along the Bay of Fundy!"
Paul Gaudet is back with another article to help you escape the heat, humidity and hopefully the bugs by hiking near the coastline of the Bay of Fundy. This time on the New Brunswick side. While Nova Scotia has many opportunities for excellent hiking near the bay, N.B. has at least as many or more scenic and interesting places to “take a hike”. Read "The Best Hiking Spots in New Brunswick to Escape the Heat and Humidity"