Walk, Bike, Hike & Climb

The Ultimate Playground for Outdoor Fun!

New Brunswick is all about getting outside and revelling in your awe-inspiring surroundings. This is nature’s playground and we hope you get the chance to hike it, bike it, climb it and walk it.

Our mountains and nature parks – including Mount Carleton and the Fundy Trail – offer hiking and backpacking experiences full of natural beauty and wildlife. Trails range from challenging to family-friendly. Nature walks can be enjoyed across the province at locations such as the Sackville Waterfowl Park and Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula.

New Brunswick also has a little something for those who love to scale up or down challenging surfaces. Climbing opportunities here include Rockwood Park’s climbing wall, rappelling at Cape Enrage and depelling at Grand Falls Gorge.

We encourage you to get out of your car and hop on a bike to cycle along the Sentier NB Trail system. You’ll be treated to picturesque towns and villages, waterfalls, beaches and breathtaking cliffs along the way. For adventure, we recommend an exhilarating mountain bike ride. Sugarloaf Bike Park has over 25 km (16 mi.) of bike trails accessible by chair lift.

Check out Hiking NB and Velo NB for more hiking and biking ideas in New Brunswick.

It’s time to get outside!

Outdoor Adventure at Cape Enrage

Rappeling the steep rocky cliffs of the Bay of Fundy's rugged coastline - an incredible rush with a breathtaking view.

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