9. You Can Paddle or Walk Through One of the World’s Most Dynamic Bays
Every day, more than 100 billion tons of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy, which stretches between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia—that’s more than all of the world’s freshwater rivers combined! The tide is so powerful it exposes ancient fossils in the rock faces along the shore, and causes water to rise up in some spots to more than 50 feet. At sites such as Hopewell Rocks, you can kayak around flowerpot islands, then walk on the ocean floor just hours later. Here are a few of the amazing sights you can expect to see when you walk the legendary Fundy Trail.