Spot Check: Fundy National Park

September 25, 2020

5 Things to Know


The Bay of Fundy is home to the world's largest tides which in places can swing 53 feet between high and low in just over 6 hours.


Over the millennia the coastline of the bay has eroded to reveal amazing hidden caves and formations like Hopewell Rocks, that can be explored during low tide.


The National Park has incredible hiking, such as the Moosehorn Loop, a 5 mile hike with plenty of swimming holes and ocean views.


The incredible energy produced by the tidal swings creates a daily tidal bore which is the longest surfable wave in North America.


The bay is ultra rich in wildlife diversity and it's home to over 10 whale species and more than 260 types of birds.

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Spot Check edits📍🎥  will take you on quick tours of some awesome places that don’t always see the spotlight. We want to share what makes certain East Coast spots special through their history, outdoor recreation, and connection to nature.

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