Sandstone rock and conglomerate or coarse grained sedimentary rock formations attract us all to the Parc provincial Hopewell Rocks, or Rochers Hopewell in French, in Bay of Fundy or Baie de Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada.
Hopewell Rocks, also known as Flower pot Rocks, rise in some cases more than 21 meters or 70 feet from the ocean floor.
At the low tide visitors walk the ocean floor among this giants created by one of the biggest tidal ranges on the planet.
Photo Gallery of Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick
Ocean water around the Hopewell rocks is brownish in color due to high tides that are pushing water over the mud flatlands what mixes the silt with the water.
The park is open to the public from sometime in the mid May to mid October.
Our conclusion: to fully explore and experience the area try to dedicate at least two full days to Hopewell rocks.
Good to know: near the entrance on the grounds of the park there is a large restaurant and the souvenir shop, eh!
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