This website was developed to be the most definitve guide to hiking in New Brunswick, Canada. There are now 275 trails and 1415 photos on the site. It is a place where we hope to bring together as much information as possible about as many trails in the province as possible. New Brunswick has a wide variety of trail types, from coastal to the mountains, and along every stream and river in between. We hope you enjoy and find value in the information provided on the site.
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The What's New page shows any updates that have been made to the website. It also shows news about trails throughout the province. Navigation through the site can be done in several ways. Use the Region Map to select a region, then select a City, Park or Trail to find more information. Use the Trails List to select a trail from the list sorted by region, City, Park and then trail. Use the Trails Log to check out the most recent trails that have been visited. The Trails Log links to our blog that chronicles our adventures in creating this site. Don't forget to like our facebook page by clicking on the link above or by visiting the facebook page at Hiking NB - Facebook.
We designed this site to be full of pictures. You can click on any of the pictures along the left of the page to go to a larger copy of that picture in the Photo Gallery, or you can go directly to the Photo Gallery through the menu above. When in the photo gallery you can browse pictures by trail, tags or the random picture generator, or view a slideshow using the play icon on the top right. Feel free to make comments about any of the pictures. We look forward to your feedback.
If you have any questions about trails in the province, and you can't find the information you are looking for on this site, please contact me at at James Donald. If I don't know the answer I will try to find someone that does, and will include the information on the site in the future.
Please contact me if you have information about any trails that are not yet on this website or any additional information about a trail on this site. This may include things like the history of the trail or information about people who have created and maintain the trail. I am interested in any trail, big or small. A long strenuous hike or a community walking trail. I am even interested in trails that have not been maintained and are very difficult to find or follow. All other feedback is welcome. Just e-mail me at James Donald.
Please consider supporting the development of the website through advertising or sponsorship. Any maps or photos on the website are also available for sale to help pay the costs of developing and maintaining the site. See the Services Offered page for more details.
Now, take a hike!
James Donald, Feb. 25, 2012
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