A UNESCO site. All you need to know, not just about the Fundy tides in passing, but about initial famous discoveries in the late 1800s by early Canadian geologiists and others from around the world. It represents a variety of plant and tree material which has become fossilised over millennia and found in the ancient coal seams and in other soils. Fossils can be still found in the cliffs but must be left in place. To walk on the stony beach you must be there at low tide; the high rides rise over 11 ft . Tide times are available on the internet.
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