James Donald loves New Brunswick & he loves hiking – and we love that for the past decade he’s combined those passions in creating & maintaining the Hiking NB website!
James describes Hiking NB as “the most definitive guide to hiking in New Brunswick” and we have to agree. He’s documented nearly all of the trails in this province, from easy urban park walks to the heights of Mount Carleton, and shares them to encourage others to get out & explore all that New Brunswick has to offer. He’s also done a lot of this walking with a young family; both Jenna & Tosh have relied on this site for seeking out kid-friendly adventures & we promise you’ll find loads of helpful information on Hiking NB.
Here are a few of the hikes we chat about in this episode; be sure to listen for all the details & please drop your suggestions for great winter hikes in New Brunswick in the comments! (Click on the trail name to head to James’ site for details.)
Winter & Friendly Favourites:
More Rugged Adventures:
You might recognize James from his somewhat famous photo at the Parlee Brook Ampitheatre, a winter wonder that exists near Sussex. You might also have seen his posts about the Midland Ice Caves, outside Norton. Both have become must-visit destinations in the past few years!
For more on exploring New Brunswick, go back & check out our #StaycationSummer Series, featuring interviews with folks around the province sharing what they love about where they live.
The Jenna & Tosh Show is a co-production of Pickle Planet Moncton and The Podcast Hub, and is recorded & aired by Rogers TV New Brunswick. Thanks to the Town of Riverview for the Dobson Trail photo used in the cover photo.