Cape Spencer, NB

5/5 (3 reviews)
Mispec, New Brunswick (Saint John County)
Last Updated: 07/09/2019
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Trail Information

Highlights

The highlight of the Cape Spencer trail is without a doubt the scenic rugged coast of the Bay of Fundy, characterized by its jagged cliffs, big waves and marine life. The Bay of Fundy is known for its whale migration. In the summer months, even Great Whites will find their way into these waters to feed on the abundant seals in this region. The trail highlights are the rocky wash-outs and the two water crossings that make an otherwise stock-friendly trail, fun and challenging.

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Trail Reviews

5/5 (3 reviews)
Virgil Dessouroux
Official Crew
450
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 07/09/2019

Trail was beautiful as always, somewhat overgrown in areas but we trimmed it back. There was one hill that had become a consideration obstacle that most needed to winch up, but since someone has cut a new Lane next this this washed out one.
Virgil Dessouroux
Official Crew
450
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 05/25/2019

Trail is open and still as per description. However one part between waypoints 12-13 has degraded quite a bit some of the Jeeps with trailers had to winch up the incline. This was on a wet muddy day after a month of rain. More built Jeeps with trailers had no problem. The part about Cape Spencer is in the second half of the video, including the part in question. Enjoy
Trail Review: Cape Spencer, NB - Virgil Dessouroux
Status: Open
Visited: 03/03/2018

Eastern off-road, and pirate off-road nation hosted a "stock friendly" trail day, for the trail kings, and the slow roller chapters, fun trails with a very rewarding view. My favourite obstacles on this trail were definitely the washouts, and rock section. Very fun and easily accessible trail
Trail Review: Cape Spencer, NB - Bailey
Trail Review: Cape Spencer, NB - Bailey
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