Incorporated in 1975, the Fundy Hiking Trail Association (FHTA) preserves and manages the Dobson Trail and Fundy Footpath. We also provide support to other non-motorized trails in the region developed by the New Brunswick hiking community. Although we’ve evolved through the years, the origin of FHTA volunteerism dates back to the early 1960s. The Dobson Trail is the oldest volunteer run trail in Canada.
Our trails provide the opportunity for everyone from locals to world travellers to discover the spectacular wilderness in our corner of the world, coastal New Brunswick bordering the Bay of Fundy. This region is a UNESCO designated Biosphere Reserve. On-foot engagement with wilderness contributes to the conservation of these unique and important landscapes; we protect what we love. These three pillars: volunteerism, stewardship, and conservation, serve as the foundation for our organization.
Wishing you the best trail adventures!