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Southern New Brunswick (south eastern Canada, just north of Maine) is one of North America’s last remaining coastal wilderness areas on the east coast of North America. Protected for many years, this gorgeous area is now open for hikers and cyclists to explore. Just outside of St. Martins and less than an hour’s drive from Saint John, the Fundy Trail is 16 km of pure seaside beauty. The winding trails – perfect for hikers or cyclists - lead to paths and stairways that lead you to sandy beaches, hidden waterfalls and terrifying cliffs. Pay attention to the Bay of Fundy’s tides – the world’s highest – and keep your eyes peeled for Right Whales and sea birds.
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Awesome!!! I can't imagine how nice it looks in person since it's been preserved for quite a few years now. I'll have to look up some trails and see if one suits me. Thanks! :)