Your window to Outdoor Adventure. Join us as we explore hiking trails and paddling routes in New Brunswick, PEI (Prince Edward Island), Maine, Nova Scotia, and sometimes the rest of the world. Learn about the trails and routes, and meet the people who love and protect them.
On this adventure we finish our paddle to Molly's Rock and explore where the Maliseet Trail crosses land around Benton. We walk out to Eel River behind the St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church to a site that is expected to be the start of a land crossing on the Maliseet Trail, where there may have been a summer village. We also hear stories about the hardships of travel in this area from Henry David Thoreau, stories of hardshi...
On this adventure we join Dino Kubik with Canoe Kayak NB on a group paddle to Molly's Rock on the Benton Deadwater. The Benton Deadwater is a part of Eel River and is part of the Maliseet Trail that joined the St. John River Valley with Bangor Maine. This was a main travel route for thousands of years when canoes were the main mode of transportation in the area. Join us as we explore the history and the beauty of the area.
In this episode I talk with Emily Taylor Smith about the two books she has written:
We talk about her long hikes around Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec. We discuss the many benefits of walking...
Welcome to 2021! On this episode I am interviewed by Jenna Morton and Tosh Taylor for the Jenna and Tosh Podcast (Pickle Planet Podcast), for the Podcast Hub, and for Rogers TV in Moncton. We discuss hiking trails around Moncton, in Albert County, and throughout the province. We provide suggestions for family hikes with young kids but also cover trails and tips for a full range of difficulty.
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A short episode where I go for a walk at the Big Pokiok Nature Park to get away from all the news about Covid 19.
This episode starts with an interview of Adam Wilkins and Leah Alexander, the driving force behind the Split Rock and Troy's Trail in Lorneville near Saint John. They take me on a tour of the Musquash Head Lighthouse and we hike Troy's Trail and the Black Beach Trail in the Musquash Estuary Nature Preserve. They talk about how their group (Explore Lorneville Inc.) is working with the Nature Conservancy of Canada on fundra...
In this episode I interview Bob and Judy Stone. Bob is the past coordinator of the Friends of Grand Manan Trails group. We discuss their favourite trails on Grand Manan, some history of the trails, and what brought them to the island.
In this episode I hike up to Western Head on Grand Manan Island in New Brunswick with Eric Aubanel. Eric is the current President of the Friends of Grand Manan Trails organization. We discuss some strange and amazing trees that we see on our hike and others on the island. We talk about what kind of wildlife you may encounter on your hikes. We identify a few birds that we hear along the way and discuss what other birds you may e...
In this episode I do my first interview. I hike to the top of Currie Mountain near Fredericton and talk to Toon Pronk about the geology across the province and how it relates to hiking trails.
Types of rock we discussed
Types of landscape features we discussed
In this episode we take a quick hike on the K access trail to the Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail in wilderness in the northern part of New Brunswick. This 141 kilometre long trail has many access points making it ideal for section hiking it if you don't have the 7 to 10 days it would require to hike the whole thing. It rained and the mosquitos were really thick but the location was beautiful. While waiting under a tree for the...
In this episode of the podcast we hike the Upper Salmon River Trail at Fundy National Park in New Brunswick. Our goal was to swim in Black Hole and then hike back the way we came. In the intro I discuss the trails at Fundy National Park and my recommendations for hiking at Fundy National Park, Mount Carleton Park and Grand Manan.
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In this weeks episode of the Explore Everywhere Podcast I take you with me as I visit 3 waterfalls in the woods around Bathurst, New Brunswick. The adventure starts as I am leaving Pabineau Falls, then I head deeper into the woods of northern New Brunswick to find Rainbow Falls and Buck Falls. Along the way I see some fascinating and exciting creatures and animals.
Trails in this episode
Pabineau Falls Trail
Rainbow Falls Trail
This week we give you our top 10 recommendations for swimming waterfalls in the province of New Brunswick. We also provide other ideas for ways to beat the heat in summer.
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In this episode Vicki and I take two of the kids on a hike around the Chitticks Beach and Barnaby Head trails at New River Beach Provincial Park on the south coast of New Brunswick, Canada. The girls do a dramatic reading, in both official languages, of the interpretive sign at Chitticks Beach. We returned through the bog where everyone got their feet wet.
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Join me as I hike down to Seely Beach on the Fundy Footpath and camp for the night. I stay up way past everyone else who is camping there to take pictures of the stars. I also got up very early in the morning to take pictures of the sun rising over the Fundy Coast near Martin Head. On my hike back to the car I talk about the difference between the Fundy Trail Parkway, the Fundy Footpath and Fundy National Park.
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This week we talk about park opening dates. I talk about my plans for exploring the remaining trails I have left to hike on the Fundy Trail Parkway including using the new extension road from Sussex and visiting the new lookout platform at Walton Glen Gorge.
I also discuss a new project called Paddling NB we are working on this summer as we plan to stay close to home. We have pulled an old canoe out of storage and have already bee...
This week Shelbie and I get quarantined on Middle Island in the Miramichi. A windy and cold snowshoe around a small island that used to be in quarantine station in the mid-1800s. I also discuss my thoughts on Covid 19 and spring safety around waterfalls and other ice features.
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This week Vicki and I and three of the kids go explore Shin Brook Falls in the northern woods of Maine between Shin Pond and the north entrance to Baxter State Park. I talk about our other explorations of trails in the area and about Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. At the top of this map of the National Monument you will see Sugarloaf Mountain that is mentioned in the episode. You will also see the trails in the Nat...
This week Vicki and I take you with us as we explore the trails on and around Spooner Island in the town of Hampton in New Brunswick. We learn about the history of Spooner island and a bit about the landscape that surrounds Hampton making it the town that is is today.
You can find more information and pictures from our hike on the Spooner Island Trails page on the Hiking NB website.
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This week the boys and I take you with us swimming at Four Falls in New Brunswick. Four Falls is an easily accessible waterfall that flows over 4 tiers. The stream below flows into the Aroostook River. The deep pool below one of the falls makes a great place to swim but be careful. The rocks are very slippery. I discuss a bit of the history of the Four Falls area and other waterfalls to visit in the area (listed below). I als...
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