Fundy Na­tional Park

Canadian Running - - EXOTIC DESTINATION -

South­ern New Brunswick

Home to the world’s largest tides, Fundy Na­tional Park is a des­ti­na­tion for pad­dlers and sci­en­tists re­search­ing the en­dan­gered At­lantic salmon. It’s also a great place to run, with over 100 kilo­me­tres of trails that show you beaches, forested val­leys, and waterfalls. The park has come up with sev­eral set routes for those look­ing to run long. There’s the “Fundy Cir­cuit,” which is a 48-kilome­tre route show­cas­ing the di­ver­sity of the land­scape. And then there’s the “Fundy Foot­path,” a con­tin­u­ous foot­path that starts in Goose River in the Na­tional Park and fol­lows the Fundy coast­line for 41 kilo­me­tres.

Ideal des­ti­na­tion for:

Run­ning on East Coast beaches, of course.

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