Fundy National Park
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.