Fundy National Park
What to Expect:
The Caledonia Highlands quickly rise 300 metres from the nearby coast. Fundy National Park is in the transition zone between the strictly coniferous boreal forest to the north and deciduous-dominated forest to the south. Fundy’s landscape offers trails that appeal to bicyclists of every level, from flat and forested trails for family outings to exciting ravines where you can challenge your friends. Trails that are used for cycling are shared with hikers.
An outdoor adventure hub adjacent to the Chignecto campground offers a variety of family-friendly, short and easy trails for mountain biking and hiking for your enjoyment. The Chignecto Pavilion has washrooms, showers, picnic space, stoves, and parking and is centrally located.
The recreation area includes bicycle skill development loop commonly known as Pumptrack, where cyclists ride around different banks and turns. Excellent for learning the basics as well as for training like pros!
The entirely new and ecologically sustainable Goose River Trail, with its stunning views, is a premium coastal hiking and biking experiences. Travel through Fundy’s coastal forest. There are spectacular views of the Bay of Fundy, and several streams along the way. At the other end, you can take a break on the beach before heading back home.
Top Parking Lot
Quick access to Black Horse, Cygnus and a great starting point for a long descent to the lower parking lot.
White Tail Parking Lot
Parking lot located at the bottom of the White Tail Trail. Lot’s of space for parking and moderate climb into the trails.