Bay Of Fundy Adventures
Bay Of Fundy Adventures
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Bay of Fundy Adventures (formerly Red Rock Adventure) is the region’s trusted adventure travel company providing customized experiences and wilderness guiding. We focus on adventure and culinary while highlighting the unique and awe-inspiring Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tides in the world.
St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada

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Envy D
2 contributions
Sept 2023 • Couples
I had a good experience at Bay of Fundy Adventures with my partner. We had booked to do the cave kayaking, but due to the blue moon and high tide, we were unable to do this. (They adjusted the price accordingly). We ended up kayaking in the cove and up a river which was beautiful. It was both mine and my partners first time kayaking and though we were new and fell behind a lot, I feel we may have missed a lot of history tidbits and conversations due to this, unfortunately. However, our guide always kept an eye on us at a distance and would return to us if we needed the help (we got stuck once and she was very quick to our rescue). They had a small lunch of goat cheese, Cucumber, and smoked salmon, which was delicious. Her instructions were clear before going in, and she was very fun. Overall, it was a good experience, and we will be back, and hopefully, next time, get to kayak into the caves!
Written September 4, 2023
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Phil H
3 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
We just spent the better part of two days with Bay of Fundy
We did a walking/driving tour of Fundy Trail as well as a kayak adventure to the local caves, followed by a private lobster dinner on the beach.

We spent much of the time with Mike as our guide, and could not have been happier. Personable, knowledgeable and overall fun experience. We couldn’t wait to kayak with him the next day, and were not disappointed. This business is only going to get busier so book early with them. Also, the lunch Mike served was simple and delicious. We ate it all

Jordan and Joe prepared and served our lobster dinner for two. There was enough food to feed a horse and we tried our best but there was just so much. We watched the tide quickly recede and learned an laughed a lot

You can’t go wrong with Bay of Fundy Adventures!
Written August 6, 2023
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Chris F
1 contribution
Jul 2021
I went on the sea caves kayak tour and Eric the host was awesome. He gave us clear guidance on instructions, told us interesting things about the area, and even was generous enough to give us snacks even though this was just a short trip. We went on double kayaks, and explored the caves in the area. Highly reccommend this organization for anyone who loves kayaking.
Written July 5, 2021
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Angela L
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Aug 2020
I cannot stress this enough, one of the hardest physical things I have ever done (I consider myself in shape and go to the gym 5 days a week), but yet some of the most rewarding views I have ever seen. We took 5 days and 4 nights to complete, a little more than 100km (103.5 to be exact by my apple watch).

IMPORTANT NOTE *******The map is linear it only counts for kilometers horizontally (which are not right due to some new construction on the trail). The map also does not account for the vertical elevation (by my apple watch 628 meters was our highest point). The map does not count for the switchbacks to go up and down the mountain and the new routes on the trail (which are not options as it says in the guide), you have to take the new route by Little Salmon.******

Itinerary:

DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND START IN ALMA (FUNDY NATIONAL PARK GOOSE RIVER TRAIL) AND END IN ST. MARTIN’S. GET THE HARDEST PARTS DONE FIRST.

Get someone to drop you off in Alma at the Goose River trail to start and park your vehicle in St. Martin’s the day before. I felt safe leaving my car in St. Martin’s as in was in a gated area near an information center.

REGISTER YOUR HIKE:
- Register your hike: 833-2019
- info@fundytrailparkway.com (more information)
- 1 -866- 386-3987

Once you get to St. Martin’s and drop off your vehicle that will be sitting there for 5 days, let them know in the information center. They will give you a pink slip to put in your vehicle to ensure that your car will not get toad.

- FIRST DAY: (Goose River to Rose Brook) Starting in Goose River you have an almost 12km hike to get to the Fundy Footpath. When you get to the sign “Welcome to the Fundy Footpath” there is a 238 meters climb straight up. The sign should really say “WELCOME TO THE FUNDY FOOTPATH BITCH” haha!

- Lots of climbs and descents before you reach your first campsite “ROSE BROOK”. We thought this was going to be an easy day, but in reality, it turned out to be a hard 19.5km hike to our campsite. There was clean water here that we filtered and a beautiful beach where we could see the feet that was ahead of us for the next few days. (Beautiful View)

- SECOND DAY (BIG DAY): (ROSE BROOK TO QUIDDY RIVER) This is a grueling day with LOTS of ascents and descents. Not too many straight trails until the end and then we had a crazy descent. 26.5 km in total for the day, along with a 520 meter in elevation.

***********NOTE: FOOTCARE IS KEY, JOINT CARE IS KEY! THIS WILL BE A DAY THAT WILL TEST YOUR LIMITS AND YOUR JOINTS. MAKE SURE TO BRING WRAPS FOR YOUR ANKLES, KNEES, AND TAPE FOR YOUR BLISTERS. MOLESKIN, TYONOL, ADVIL, VOLTAREN, AND GOLD BON WERE THE REAL HEROES ON OUR TRIP 😉!

- FILL UP YOUR WATER BEFORE YOU LEAVE ROSE BROOK AND AT JIM BROOK AS THERE IS NO GOOD WATER SOURCE AT GOOSE CREEK. (Like I said the kilometers are not right on the map and by the time we got to Brandy Brook on the other side of Goose Creek we were all out of water). ******, PAY ATTENTION TO THE TIDE SCHEDULE AS YOU CAN GET CAUGHT AT GOOSE CREEK. THE WATER IS OVER YOUR HEAD AT HIGH TIDE.

- THIRD DAY (QUIDDY RIVER TO LITTLE SALMON RIVER) GET UP EARLY or have a backup plan to stay at Wolf Point if you reach it by 5:30 pm or later.

- The map is not right, and kilometers are way off. (Telegraph Brook is between Kilometer 18 and 19 on the map, not between 16 and 17). Each kilometer here is more like 2 or 3 kilometers instead of one.

- Telegraph Brook: it was hard to find the marker. Once onto the beach turn right and keep walking you will find it. Along with a waterfall that you can get water from.

- Little salmon route says that it has a proposed re-routing NO NO NO!!!!!! IT IS THE ROUTE AND IT IS 10 KM. Very important to know as we got to Rapidy Brook at 7:30 pm. The trail is a new trail VERY DANGEROUS AND DIFFICULT! It was going to be dark in less than an hour and we had to make an executive decision to stay at Rapidy Brook (which does not really have any great campsites). It is a good thing we did because the terrain ahead of us the next morning was crazy. We were balancing on a rock cliff like a Billy goat for 5 km which took us 2 and a half hours to get through. NOT SOMETHING YOU WANT TO BE DOING IN THE DARK!

- 24-kilometer total for the day and the highest point of elevation reached. (Felt like this was the most stressful day as a miss-step can cause you to get really hurt) SLOW AND STEADY WINS THE BEST VIEW IN NEW BRUNSWICK PEOPLE!

- FOURTH DAY: (LITTLE SALMON TO SEELY BEACH) OR BACK UP (WOLF BROOK TO SEELY BEACH)

- Groomed trails, easy to see the markers, lots of straight away, and fewer ascents and descents from the days before. This was a very enjoyable day where we could breathe, enjoy the views, and take our time a little. (PS we meet people coming from St. Martins and they thought it was really hard…….. those people had no idea what they were in for).

- We reached Seely Beach at supper time at 5:30 pm THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF THE WHOLE TRIP! Sitting on a beach that most people do not even know that exists, looking at the terrain that we have just done! WHAT AN ACCOMPLISHMENT AND AN APPRECIATION FOR THE VIEW YOU ARE LOOKING AT!

- When you reach the beach walk to your right and you will see signs for your campsites, water, and BATHROOM.

- Water is not the easiest at Seely Beach but just fill up and filter as much as you can.

- Enjoy an amazing fire and do yourself a favor get up for that sunrise! There are only certain things in life that are worth getting up that early to see. BEAUTIFUL!

- FIFTH DAY: (SEELY BEACH TO BIG SALMON IN ST. MARTIN’S)

- Easy 8km hike to the end. Lots of level ground, fewer ascents, and descents from the day before and the trail is very well marked as most people use this part of the trail as a day trip.

- Left at 9 am from our campsite, we were out by 12:30! You got this. start dreaming about what you will have for lunch!

- Big double cheeseburger with extra bacon and poutine those fries baby!

Things to consider:

YOUR TEAM: Make sure you consider your team. Take people that will bring something to the group and will not be a liability and complain the whole time. You want to bring people that will build each other up, not bring each other down. Also, you do not want to bring a person that is not going to be considerate to the group and follow the pass. You all must work together and lean on each other. It is hard work, each of you will have your ups and your downs. Check on each other, make sure you are drinking water and eating along the way. I would say 4 people are a great group. We had a fantastic team that really worked together.

Check out Bruce’s experience on Youtube: (there are 7 videos this is #1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRCSXR6Km0o&list=PLnyEBOE9hJ9ioywsVRHLi37xoQHOGCezP

Things to bring that you may not think about:

-Pixie sticks: good pick me up while you are on the trail and feel like you are losing momentum.

-Dried food that you buy in the mountaineer store…. Yes, they are expensive but totally worth it. Gives you lots of energy and calories, plus they are delicious. Use this for your suppers only

- Oatmeal for the morning

- Protein bars, trail mix, and pepperoni sticks for lunch (something easy you can bring out of your pack)

- Something hot to drink at night. So nice to have a (hot chocolate, tea, or cider around the fire, and it is light. Great way to end your day.

- WALKING POLLS: you will need them!

-Buy the expensive socks (foot care is key)- everyone in my group had huge blisters. Make sure you take care of them properly.

- Get the hiking boots: dear God we saw people doing it in sneakers, I assure you they did not make it and had to be rescued.

-tampons and Vaseline: a great fire started SERIOUSLY!

-Duct Tape: taping blisters, holes in packs, holes in tarps….. Really what doesn’t it fix?

-Tuque: From sweating all day, it is nice to have a tuque to put in your head to keep you warm

Watch the weight of your pack. I was told it should only be 20% of your body weight. I weight 130 pounds so my pack should have been 26 pounds.

My only complaint is that the map is not right and that makes it unsafe if you do not know what to expect. Please read as many reviews as you can, and I hope you found mine useful for your travels.

Happy hiking, be safe out there!
Written August 9, 2020
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tamaletown
Perth, Australia1,570 contributions
Jul 2019 • Solo
Really enjoyed the few hours enjoying the Bay of Fundy in a double kayak. Good guides and a nice way to experience the area. Book ahead as I got the last spot on my tour.
Written January 23, 2020
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TheeJAS
Hamilton Parish, Bermuda52 contributions
Sept 2019
We took a 4 day / 3 night supported backpacking trip led by Red Rock (actually booked by REI) on the Bay of Fundy trail. The hike went from Big Salmon to Little Salmon River. Red Rock supplied the guides (2) as well as the tents and food. We carried the rest of our gear.
The trip was awesome. Nick and Jordan were our guides and they did a great job guiding, cooking, and informing and basically keeping the group together and on pace. Before we even started the trip Nick and Jordan inventoried everyones gear and supplemented or swapped out (at no charge) areas they felt we were lacking or would be incurring any risk.
The trail was a bit rough as we were a week or so after what had been hurricane Humberto went through the eastern maritime of Canada. The trail also has steep ascents and descents as it leaves and returns to the coast, but our guides knew the area well and were skilled at adapting the hike to accommodate every member of the group (7 of us not counting the guides).
The beauty of the supported trip was each night we arrived at camp our tents were set up and food were brought in that Nick and Jordan were masterful at preparing.
All in all it was a great time and highly recommended.
Written September 29, 2019
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RookerVT
Lebanon, NH134 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
Our guides were Josh and Thomas and they were just great. They were knowledgeable and friendly. The instruction was just right, the equipment was all good, and it all added up to a memorable trip. Highly recommended!
Written August 28, 2019
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Bucketlist Bri
Mexico13 contributions
Aug 2019
Just spent an amazing weekend full of adventure with Red Rock! We went on an evening sea kayaking tour of the St. Martins sea caves with Jordan and Josh and had a blast navigating the Bay. We got to see an exposed ancient seabed and rock formations, and went inside a sandy shore cove where we enjoyed a break and a fresh, hot-smoked salmon snack! On our last evening in St. Martins we joined the Zodiac tour with Joe and loved the sunset views and of course, Joe's storytelling. Definitely made our trip to St. Martins extra special! Thanks again, guys! xx
Written August 28, 2019
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Fishingwest
Montreal, Quebec, Canada5 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
This quaint town of St Martin holds an awesome outfit for kayaking adventures. We had guide Thomas and he was an outstanding professional, timely, hardworking and showed us a good time. We did the 2.5 h tour and got to see Moose Cove and the 3 bears which have some magnificent geological features. This trip was awesome and definitely a highlight of our trip to New Brunswick.
Written August 25, 2019
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David S
Calgary, Canada13 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
My and wife signed up in the car on the way and glad we did. We arrived at the beach around 10AM and the tide was way out so we walked to a set of sea caves. We talked to a couple of the paddling guides and asked if the tide would come in enough for the 11: 30 start. They were super nice and said no problem. They were right, the paddle around the point was super cool and we stopped at a beach only accessible by boat for snacks. Then into the Sea Cave this time by kayak.....Amazing! Great day and friendly guides. Good price as well. Thanks!
Written August 20, 2019
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