The trail is used by locals to head up to the falls. It's a nice trail though would be soggy in the spring. The falls have a nice volume of water going through them. The complete river drops on one edge about 8 ft, like a mini Niagra Falls.
You can find the falls at N 46Â° 08.667 W 066Â° 37.436
From Fredericton, take the #8 up to the Durham Bridge area. Park the the start of Dunbar Road, next to the stone bridge (@ N46 8.434 W66 37.133)
Now find the trail heading down to river's edge and follow it upstream about 600m to the falls.
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Posted By: tporelle
- Thu Aug 06 14:05:37 UTC 2009
QuestionI want to go there to have pictures taken on our anniversary this weekend, but have no idea how to get there, I've seen other pics that another photographer took there, and would like to do the same, but have no idea how to get there.
Is the water high? how deep is it etc?
What is the hike like to get to the falls?
Once I get to the northside how do I get to Dunbar falls??
Thanks for the information in advance.
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Posted By: ricklavoie
- Fri Jul 31 20:48:43 UTC 2009
Questionim lookin for a water falls near the fredericton area, it looks kind of like dunbar falls but seemed to be more closed in with foliage and more like a horse shoe shape , i seen the picture in the local paper a couple of years ago
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