Located in Canada, the hiking in New Brunswick is known for two nice hiking trails. The best New Brunswick hiking based on popularity are considered to be Fundy Circuit and Dobson Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a New Brunswick hiking trail below.
On the northshore of the Bay of Fundy, the Fundy National Park is known for its beaches, forests, tidal flats, waterfalls and seaside cliffs. The 27 mile Fundy Circuit consists of 7 linked hiking trails winding through the densely forested interior of spruce, maple and fir.
On the northshore of the Bay of Fundy, the Dobson Trail is a 59km route between the Fundy National Park and Moncton. This blue-blazed route has lots of roots, mud, sand and some gravel. The trail runs from Shepody Road in Fundy Park to Pine Glen Road in Riverview. The side trails are blazed in green to avoid confusion.