Coordinates 2319

Uploaded October 2, 2014

Recorded October 2014

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745 f
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27.84 mi

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near Salmon River, Nova Brunsvic (Canada)

A rugged 41km trail along New Brunswick's Fundy coast from Big Salmon River to Goose River, an additional 8km stretch along Fundy National Park's Goose River Trail is required to complete this trek. Recognized as one of the longest stretches of uninhabited coastline in eastern North America also makes the Fundy Footpath one of the last coastal wilderness areas between Labrador and Florida.

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  • Photo of Brandy Brook
  • Photo of Cradle Brook
  • Photo of Cradle Brook
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  • Photo of Cranberry Brook
  • Photo of Goose Creek
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  • Photo of Goose Creek
  • Photo of Goose River
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  • Photo of Hunter Brook
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  • Photo of Jim Brook
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  • Photo of Little Salmon River
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  • Photo of Long Beach Brook
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  • Photo of Quiddy River
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  • Photo of Rapidy Brook
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  • Photo of Rose Brook
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  • Photo of Rossiter Brook
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  • Photo of Seely Beach Brook
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  • Photo of Telegraph Brook
  • Photo of Wolf Brook
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2 comments

  • mttnvk May 6, 2016

    Seems like from everything I read it makes more sense to Start North East at Goose River and trek East to West, I'd love to hear your thoughts since it seems most people go west to east.

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    Waterfallin Jun 13, 2017

    Personal preference however the bottom line is you need a vehicle at each end.

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