93.6 miles
8,166 ft
-8,179 ft
1,308 ft
High Point

A 3 day bike packing route that links the Sussex Bluffs, the Elgin Mountain Marathon trails, and the Fundy National Park network. Some singletrack, some ATV trails, and a whole lot of gravel.

Be prepared for huge hills, loose descents, and a few brook crossings.

24% Paved
60% Gravel
16% Singletrack

This route is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!

Detailed Description
Bikepack: Fundy Triangle is a 94 mile popular expert unsanctioned route located near Petitcodiac New Brunswick. This mountain bike only route and has a hard overall physical rating. This route includes 9 trails and 15 pois. This route climbs 8,166 ft with a max elevation of 1,308 ft then descends -8,179 ft.

12 Reviews & Comments

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b-korotkov (Sep 12, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Cygnus
Green to red is mostly uphill. Entire trail is elevated rock, shouldn't ever be any standing water on it. Easy connector.
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cpc (Aug 10, 2021 at 8:54)
Trail Green Snake
There was a no parking sign at the recommended parking location. I parked in the big parking lot near School and Main and rode up the hill. The trail is indeed a bit tricky to find, but drcamero's directions are very helpful.
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macjohn (Oct 19, 2020 at 8:11)
Trail 1st Bluff
Realistically this is not a MTB trail. If you are up here take the parallel trail to this one. This is a lot of Hike/Bike, even for the experienced rider, and there are a lot of hikers which is inconvenient for both you and them. The other trail is really pretty good and gets you up and down to see the bluffs.
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HfxCarlos (Sep 14, 2020 at 9:44)
Trail Whitetail
Came up from Halifax with two buddies for a weekend of riding the Fundy Shore Trailsystems (White Rock, FundyNP, Sussex Bluffs, and Poley Mtn). Whitetail was a favourite both ways, but especially down! Nicely bench-cut, fairly wide and flowy, and well-contoured to allow recovery in-between climbs. Keep up the great trail-building!
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Kennyl8814 (Aug 12, 2020 at 12:36)
Trail Whitetail
Went down for my first time on my dirt jump bike and loved it you can gain a crazy amount of speed! if your skilled enough you can get a bit of air time! would definitely recommend having good working brakes for this trail and keep an eye open for people coming up!
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Matturalistic KTA (Jul 26, 2020 at 14:49)
Trail Green Snake
Would love to see Black Hole have a return connection to the top of Green Snake. Would also love to see Green Snake be single track top to bottom, as well. Epic trail as is, but would be potentially world class if it finished. Happy to help with the building, if someone knows who to contact.
  • + 1
IcarusQ (Aug 5, 2019 at 19:05)
Trail Green Snake
The single track is great. As mentioned, access is tricky. Wish I had more time to ride it over and over.
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bent6543 TRAILFORKS (Aug 30, 2018 at 18:51)
Trail Green Snake
The climb is worth it, earn those turns! Thanks to the builders.
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rippin-it (Aug 11, 2018 at 16:00)
Trail Vault
Ok run but the porcupine, missing tooth, and garrys memorial are all better. They seem to be the best trails out of the 6 we tried.
  • + 1
jeremyoffshore (Jul 13, 2017 at 6:58)
Trail Green Snake
Drcamero's directions are spot on, biked it yesterday and wished I had read his comment beforehand. Trail is one of the best I've ridden in NB, I'll be back sooner than later.
  • + 0
drcamero (Jun 23, 2017 at 18:36)
Trail Whitetail
Good trail both ways, but nice to ride up it and clear any branches, etc, then reap the full rewards on the way down. It is
mostly smooth well groomed singletrack, with a few rocky rooty sections. Lots of fast rolling terrain and a few curvy sections. Looks like they were building a new section to bypass the steeper rooty sections, but it was fun as is. Keep an eye out for the occasional
hiker. There's a few nice stream crossings nicely spaced along the trail to keep the 4 legged trail goers hydrated
  • + 1
drcamero (Jun 23, 2017 at 18:23)
Trail Green Snake
Nice natural singletrack, loamy and soft. Climb right to the end of the trail, and then turn around enjoy some of the nicest flowy descending in the east. Had a bit of trouble finding the entrance, keep your gps handy to make sure u dont go too far on the atv trail. Must turn right up what looks like water runoff rocky trail, then the trail entrance is further up that on the left. A bit of straight uneventful double track mid trail but the rest of it more then makes up for it.

Route Sections

1 Elgin to Fundy
  • 26 miles distance
  • 2,798 ft climb
  • -2,211 ft descent
2 Fundy to Sussex Bluffs
  • 37 miles distance
  • 2,535 ft climb
  • -3,053 ft descent
3 Sussex Bluffs to Elgin
  • 30 miles distance
  • 2,746 ft climb
  • -2,838 ft descent


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More Stats for Bikepack: Fundy Triangle mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    22 ft
  • Altitude start
    344 ft
  • Altitude end
    331 ft
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  • Distance climb
    43 miles
  • Distance down
    44 miles
  • Distance flat
    6 miles
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