Fundy National Park will be hosting a “Get the Skinny on Fat Biking” event on Saturday, February 11, with a fat biking demonstration from 12:00 - 3:00 p.m., at the Salt and Fir Centre. This family friendly event is free to attend. Consolvo Bikes and Outdoor Elements will be giving demonstrations and a short test track will be available for people to try out a fat bike and get a feel for what this sport is all about. Displays and information booths on fat biking will be set up inside the centre.
Winter is the best time to see the Orion Nebula which is in the constellation of Orion the Hunter. It’s a stellar nursery—where stars are born! Fundy National Park is one of the best areas for star gazing in the Maritimes because it’s a Dark Sky Preserve. To learn more, check out the “Milky Way Madness” program at the Salt and Fir Centre on Friday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Fat biking, snowshoeing, and star gazing are just some of the ways visitors can connect to the outdoors this season. Fundy National Park has 18 km of groomed trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter walking as well as fat biking and facilities for winter camping.
Canada’s national parks and national historic sites enable Canadians to experience their rich history and heritage in a special way and will play a big part in the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of Confederation in 2017.
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