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Specializing in Hiking and Mountain Biking Tours on New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

"Bike The Dyke" Tour

On our “Bike The Dyke”, tour guests experience Fundy’s giant tides while biking the dyke networks first developed by 17th century Acadian settlers.  Join our guides on this unique tour – a blend of outdoor adventure and history, as they recount the early Acadian story and reveal the secrets of the Fundy coastline.  In addition, we offer a variety of private tours.  Our most scenic and relaxing rides occur along the coastal salt marshes of the Shepody National Wildlife Reserve, while the  more challenging rides occur on the forested Caledonia Highlands and steep river valleys leading to the Bay of Fundy.

"Fundy Footprints" Hiking Tour

The upper Bay of Fundy coastline and the Shepody National Wildlife Area offer some of the most spectacular and scenic landscapes in all of Atlantic Canada.  Our walk on the ocean floor explores the hidden secrets of the areas amazing natural and human history. Share with us this spectacular beauty and enjoy some of the most undeveloped and unknown stretches of Fundy’s coastline.  Experience the raw power of Fundy’s giant tides.

For more Information call Baymount Tours Inc. at (506) 734-2008
Baymount Tours Inc.

Baymount Tours is not operating in 2021
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Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park

The Hopewell Rocks is a place to pause…a place to appreciate a remarkable story interwoven through time, tide, and the intricacies of nature. These are the highest tides in the world. And they happen twice a day....every day

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Adventure, Accommodations and a Licensed Restaurant at 5526 Route 114, Hopewell Hill, NB


Cape Enrage offers Zip lining and Rappelling adventures overlooking the Magnificent Bay of Fundy. If adventure is not your thing you can explore the beach, learn about the history of their lighthouse or enjoy a meal at their restaurant. Cape Enrage is a hidden Gem just off of Route 114.

Kayak Fundy

Paddle beneath cliffs that plunge from the green forests of Fundy National Park into the Bay. Drift into the storm-carved sea caves, and take a rest on one of Fundy’s hidden beaches.The Bay of Fundy is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that showcases amazing rock formations, scoured by the tides.  Whether you want a family-friendly package, or a wilder exploration of the Bay, your next adventure starts here.

Fundy National Park

Experience the world’s highest tides – not to mention pristine forests, deluxe campgrounds and a taste of Atlantic Canada culture – at Fundy National Park.

Outdoor Elements

Outdoor Elements is your one stop shop inside Fundy National Park, whether you want to rent a kayak, canoe, paddleboard, or hydrobike on Bennett Lake or take to the trails on a Mountain Bike.