Walking Trails

Catharine Pendrel Trail

The Catharine Pendrel Trail is a lakeside path in Harvey Station, New Brunswick, named in honor of local Olympian Catharine Pendrel. The trail was dedicated to Pendrel, a bronze medalist in mountain biking at the 2016 Rio Olympics, to celebrate her accomplishments and inspire the community towards an active lifestyle. The trail symbolizes how individuals from small towns can make significant achievements. Pendrel, who participated in her first mountain biking race at nearby Woolastook Park, hopes the trail will inspire people to pursue their dreams, no matter where they come from. The path borders the NB Southern Railway line along Harvey Lake, before climbing up Cherry Mountain and winding back to the rest area, where a shelter with picnic tables is present. For more information on the CPT, visit the Hiking NB page here.

Grieve Lakeshore Trail

The Grieve Lakeshore Trail opened in July 2023 as a gift to Harvey from the Grieve family. It winds along Harvey Lake for over a kilometer. Plaques with historical information line the level, shaded trail. There are benches and lookouts with scenic views of Harvey Lake and Cherry Mountain.

Lower Joslin Falls

The beautiful Lower Joslin Falls are located in Prince William. The 0.5KM trail provides breathtaking views of the falls, the stream, and surrounding rock formations. For more information on the Lower Joslin Falls, visit the Hiking NB page here.

Split Rock Falls

This 1KM trail will take users to the unique Split Rock Falls. At only two meters high, Split Rock Falls is a small water feature. However, the unique 90 degree turn water makes as it flows over the rocks makes for an impressive sight. For more information on Split Rock Falls, visit the Hiking NB page here.

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