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The Fundy Footpath is a 41 kilometres (25 mi) 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 (21 mi) Fundy Trail at Fundy National Park, which in turn connects to the Dobson Trail. The trail's 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 90's. The trail was officially opened in 1994 under the management of the Fundy Hiking Trail Association Inc. In 2012 over 500 people hiked the trail.
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Why you should visit New Brunswick ?
New Brunswick truly has it all, from the beautiful waterfalls to rugged trails and terrains to glorious beaches and islands. Whatever it is you can think of you will find it here; it surely is nature at its best. It has much to offer for the adventurous and outdoor lovers. With its abundant hiking trails, sea kayaking and canoeing waters, campgrounds, beautiful beaches and warm waters. Notwithstanding, the province is also known to have an assortment of festivities at a different time of the year, outstanding art galleries, ancient cities and museums.
Whatever your reason is for visiting, you are guaranteed to have a once in a lifetime experience; these are a few reasons to visit New Brunswick;
• Get to experience the highest tide in the world at the Bay of Fundy.
• Visit the ancient towns, markets, historical marks and have a glimpse of history at “La village Historique Acadian” where actors try to recreate the lives of the first few Acadian settlers from as far back as the 1700s
• Have a walk through beaches and climb trees at the forest to have a full feel of the adventure.
• Niagara in Brunswick is the new wine region of Canada, taste different flavors of wine and have your taste buds thank you for that.
• Discover seaside resorts towns and islands.
• Lastly, explore those local hiking trails, go on camping trips, sea kayaking and canoeing, skiing and all there is depending on your time of visit.