The Dobson Trail is a footpath that starts on Pine Glen Road in the town of Riverview and continues through the Albert County Caledonia Highlands to the eastern boundary of Fundy National Park. The first 2 km (1.25 mi.) of the trail bed are maintained to Park standards and are wheelchair accessible. The initial section also has a guide wire for the visually challenged. The remaining section is maintained to Appalachian Trail Standards. The trail can be hiked in 3 days and is used in all seasons by hikers, snowshoers and backcountry skiers. The trail can be explored by sections and is accessible at multiple points; details can be found in Hikers Guide Book: On Foot to Fundy. No registration is necessary and there are no designated campsites. Trail Type: Hiking, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing Level: Easy to moderate Length: 58.3 km (36.2 mi.)
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