The Most Definitive Guide to Hiking in New Brunswick
|Distance||0.8 km one way|
|Estimated Time||15 mins|
|Surface Type||wooden stairs|
|Elevation Change||26 meters|
|Maintenance Rating||well maintained|
|Dog Friendly||on a leash|
|GPS File||available on request|
The Fuller Falls trail is a short trail that crosses the Multi-Use Trail then descends by a set of cable stairs to a viewing platform. The viewing platform overlooks the waterfall, the stream and the lush green valley below the falls.
Fuller Falls is a small veil falls that is 15 meters tall and pours into the ravine at an angle opposite that of the stream flowing away. The angled red sandstone rocks and the green foliage surrounding the falls makes for great photo opportunities. The stream continues down over several more falls until it reaches the shore at Melvin Beach. For directions to the lower falls see the Melvin Beach Trail. It's more difficult to access but equally as interesting as Fuller Falls.
For directions to the park go to the Fundy Trail Parkway page.
From the park gate travel 4.2 km and you will see a small parking area on the right. There is also a bigger parking area to the left for overflow parking. The small parking area on the right is at the trail head to Fuller Falls.
Other Trails in the Park
- Big Salmon River Beach Loop
- Big Salmon River Cemetery Footpath
- Bradshaw Lookout Scenic Footpath
- Cranberry Brook Loop
- Hearst Lodge Historic Footpath
- Long Beach Brook Waterfall Trail
- McCumber Brook Wetlands Trail
- McCumber Brook Access Trail to the Fundy Footpath
- McLeod Brook Falls Trail
- Melvin Beach Trail
- Multi Use Trail
- Pot Rock Scenic Footpath
- Sea Captains' Burial Grounds Trail
- Seely Beach Access Trail
- Walton Glen Gorge Lookout Trail
Trail Last Hiked: October 8, 2012.
Page Last Updated: February 7, 2020.