Hike the littorals of the Bay of Fundy and Experience one of the many hidden best kept secrets of the Fundy
Trail Parkway. The theme is about immersing you in an environment dominated by fluvial geomorphic
processes which have carved out remarkable waterfalls, beaches, cliffs and an extraordinary submerged sea
cave only accessible at low tide. Explore this area of constantly changing earth dynamics and view the Fundy
Trail Parkway landscape like never seen before. We’ll hike the tideline out and slowly unravel the hidden ocean
floor and discover a true sea cave that will ascend your affection for adventure.
This Tour is led by the Fundy Trail Parkway’s very own Environmental and Resource Management Coordinator,
Devin de Jong. He believes, through immersive experiences in nature, parks provide the public with access to
areas that must remain in conservation and allow the development of an appreciation for their innate existence.
Join Devin on this tour of the Fundy Trail Parkway’s littoral zone, and immerse yourself in the livity of the Bay of
Meet at Parking Lot 2.
Hiking experience required.
$15 per person
Dates & Times (Based on lowest low tides):
Arrive ten minutes before departure to optimize hiking the beach at low tide.
It is the responsibility of the individual to be prepared and informed prior to undertaking any hike, especially
while hiking in low-tide littoral areas. All participants of this tour must assume responsibility for their own
actions and safety, exercise sound judgment, be prepared for all conditions, and acquire a comfortable level of
hiking experience prior to undertaking this tour. Conditions on the ground change from tide to tide, day to day,
and from season to season. This tour will occur in an environment which is uncontrollable and the Fundy Trail
Parkway and tour guide representative are in no way responsible or liable for injury or death during guided
hikes including but not limited to, littoral, beach and low-tide areas. By purchasing a ticket for this event you
understand and agree with these terms.
This guided tour is rated moderate to strenuous in difficulty level. It is possible that the tour extends from 2hours to 2.5hours in length. Participants must be comfortable hiking 2 hours on varied terrain. This experience is about 5 kilometers in length. Study footwear is a must.
Tour Departures are Dependent on Tide Schedules.
October 6th Thursday: 3:00pm to 5:00pm
October 14th Friday: 9:10am to 11:10am