The Best Hiking Spots in New Brunswick to Escape the Heat and Humidity

The Best Hiking Spots in New Brunswick to Escape the Heat and Humidity

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"

The World’s Best Dulse

The World’s Best Dulse

Somewhat of an acquired taste, dulse is an edible red seaweed that grows in intertidal zones in the North Atlantic and Northwest Pacific Oceans. Dulse picked off the coast of Grand Manan Island is said to be the best in the world, specifically that harvested in Dark Harbour. Read "The World’s Best Dulse"

Flower Pot Rocks

Flower Pot Rocks

Carved from Fundy’s sandstone sea cliffs over the course of years and years, the Flower Pot Rocks – otherwise referred to as sea stacks – showcase the vertical variance of the Bay’s great tides. Nicknamed the Flower Pot Rocks as... Read "Flower Pot Rocks"

Bay of Fundy Whale Watching

Bay of Fundy Whale Watching

The Bay of Fundy is one of the richest marine habitats in the world and is therefore the summer feeding ground for many marine mammals, seabirds and saltwater invertebrates. When you take part in a whale watching adventure on the Bay of Fundy you can expect to see minke, fin- and humpback whales as well as the rarest large mammal on Earth – the North Atlantic Right Whale Read "Bay of Fundy Whale Watching"