Ross Creek

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Ross Creek is a unique beach on the Bay of Fundy featuring cliffs embedded with tree fossils made of Jasper, sometimes with an amethyst core. Along the beach you will find many beautiful jasper and agate stones!

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GPS Coordinates for parking: N45o14.735′  W64o27.240′
GPS Coordinates for fossils: N45o14.993′  W64o26.855′

From Hwy 101 (exit 11) or west of Wolfville, follow Hwy 358 north, past Canning, to the top of North Mountain. At the top of the ridge turn left (west) on Gospel Rd. After a very short distance turn right (north) on Ross Creek Rd. Travel Ross Rd (gravel road) to the end (approx 6 km) where you will find a small parking area near some old shanties. You will need to cross the stream and hike over the rocks for 500m until you come to a small cove.

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  • Snowangelskiss73

    Another great adventure today at Ross Creek.  Found some nice Amethyst, lovely pieces of Jasper and so much more.  It was a lovely hike and on a warm Summer day it was nice and cool beside the waters of the Fundy.