Watch the World's Highest Tides at Burntcoat Head

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Added by Steve Robert

Twice each day the Bay of Fundy fills and empties its 160 billion tons of water creating the highest tides in the world. In 1975 The Guinness Book of World Records listed Burntcoat Head in Nova Scotia as the site of the greatest average tide of 47.5 feet with an extreme range of 53.6 feet.The Park has lovely picnic areas and walking trails acessing to the sea ground.

Drive to the small town of Noel and then turn right onto Burntcoat Road, the Park is 5 km on the right

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Kayaking
Hiking
Beach
Easy Parking
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Scenic

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