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Bouctouche Trails

Distance: 20+ Km
Trail Type: Mostly Green Trail (Off Road) with some connecting Roadway Routes
  • Walking
  • Biking
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing

Difficulty: Easy
Location: Bouctouche, Irving Arboretum, Irving Eco-Centre (Bouctouche Dune)

Bouctouche Dunes: A network of land and water trails connects all major sites of interest in Bouctouche. Designed to minimize the effects of visitors on the environment and to provide easy access to the various sites, visitors can walk, bike, ski, canoe or kayak these trails. A great way to explore and experience the rich and diverse local environment.

Dune to Downtown Trail
This 10-km trail links the Irving Eco-Centre: La dune de Bouctouche to downtown Bouctouche. Along the way, walkers and cyclists can learn about the Acadian forest ecosystem, host to a wide variety of trees, animals, wild plants and flowers.

Inner Bay Trail This 4-km trail winding through the town of Bouctouche is popular among cyclists and pedestrians, visitors and locals alike. A footbridge built on the abutments of the old railroad bridge connects Le Pays de la Sagouine and Rotary Park from the opposite side of the Bouctouche River. The sides of the path have been planted to create habitats for flora and fauna and to help filter runoff water.
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