The Most Definitive Guide to Hiking in New Brunswick
|Distance||10 km one way|
|Estimated Time||3.5 hours one way|
|Surface Type||crushed rock|
|Elevation Change||60 meters|
|Scenery Rating||must see|
|Maintenance Rating||well maintained|
|Dog Friendly||on a leash|
|GPS File||available on request|
The Multi Use Trail is a wide crushed rock trail that snakes along the clifftops from the west entrance of the park to the visitor centre at Big Salmon River. This 10 kilometre trail (only 6 km mapped) travels mostly along the road and offers amazing views of the Bay of Fundy in both directions. The trail is a great place to take a stroll or go biking. It can also be used to access other trails and make them into loops.
For directions to the Fundy Trail Parkway go to the Fundy Trail Parkway page.
There are many access points to the Multi Use Trail as it follows along the parkway for most of its distance. After entering the parkway from the west end you can park in any of the parking lots on the left and cross the parkway for access. It is not recommended to park in one of the parking spots on the right because they are mostly short term parking to access the lookouts.
Other Trails in the Park
- Big Salmon River Beach Loop
- Big Salmon River Cemetery Footpath
- Bradshaw Lookout Scenic Footpath
- Cranberry Brook Loop
- Fuller Falls Trail
- 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
- Pot Rock Scenic Footpath
- Sea Captain's Burial Grounds Trail
- Seely Beach Access Trail
- Walton Glen Gorge Lookout Trail
Trail Last Hiked: October 19, 2018.
Page Last Updated: March 13, 2020.