A July 2001 trip
to Alma by spaceout
Quote: We hoped in the car and headed for the Fundy trail, which is part of the Fundy Provincial
Park, New Brunswick. By car, bike, foot or kayak, one cannot be less than impressed by
the beauty of nature. This was my first trip here, and certainly not my last.
People were basking in the sun and enjoying a quick dip in the cold water of the river when we got there. I must admit that I was very impressed by the Fuller Falls. One can park the car and skip down a set of steep stairs down to a beautiful waterfall a few meters high. Although well hidden by the trees, it is quite close to the parking and easily accessible.
If beaches are what you're looking for, they are also available. If you get in touch with the
people responsible, you can organize a group or day tour of the park.
Fundy Trails is nature at it's best. It's a pleasant mixture of clean sand, spectacular views, and rich forests.
SJ, New Brunswick