Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark incorporates more than 60 significant geological and fossil locales, with more than 12 publicly accessible sites. With a landscape created by the collision of continents, oceans, volcanoes, earthquakes and ice ages, Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark includes geological stories from late Precambrian time a billion years ago to the most recent Ice Age, and almost everything in between. For you, it means a natural playground has been created and there are amazing hands-on ways to experience geological history in every corner. Because it’s BIG, and you don’t want to miss a thing… guides are standing by to give you insider tips on how best to witness where South America and Africa collided, where you can zip over erratic rocks, climb volcanic rocks, dine from a geologically inspired menu, paddle an Ice Age River, cruise twisted rivers and much more!
Type of Trip
2 – 4 hours
What To Expect
Various experiences, available in English and French.
Uncover 13,000 year old Marine Creatures
Paddle on an Ice Age River where 15,000 years ago a glacier forced the river to find a new path
Dare to Walk above the Highest Tides in the World
Witness where South America & Africa Collided
Use your taste buds to learn
Climb 554-million-year-old lava rocks
Paddle over Future Fossils
Meander a Twisting River
Discover New Brunswick Geology and Geologists
Visit the Birthplace of the Atlantic Ocean
Where You'll Be
There is a curated adventure around every corner and we are here to lay it all out for you.