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Eagle Hill Nature Trail, Roosevelt-Campobello International Park

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Lower St. John River Valley Region


The Lower St. John River Valley Region has the largest density of hiking trails in the province. Most of them are short but they access some of the most amazing places. The region has 16 waterfalls on streams that flow into the St. John River. The largest is Hayes Falls on the Maliseet Trail in Meductic.

There are also several small peaks that offer the most amazing views. The most popular is probably the easily accessible Mount Douglas Bald Trail in Welsford.

The extensive trail system in the City of Fredericton offer endless opportunities to explore. The region even has coastal trails in and around the City of Saint John.


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