With tides rising as much as 16.3-meters (53 feet) over a 12-hour period twice a day, the Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the world. Thankfully, at the southern tip of Barn Marsh Island and on top of towering cliffs, Cape Enrage allows you to view the natural phenomenon from its spectacular view. Since 1838, Cape Enrage has been a light station and fog alarm, with the current light tower being over 140 years old. Still in use today, sounding the foghorn and beaming its light into the Bay of Fundy, the station is operated and maintained by the Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre. Moreover, visitors are welcomed in the former keeper's house to try the unique menu at the fine dining restaurant or grab a bite to eat from the take-out service. There is also a wonderful gallery gift shop for a variety of items from local artisans.
If you want to keep the adventures going, challenge yourself by ziplining 600-feet along the magnificent Bay of Fundy, or rappelling down a 140-ft cliff towards the rocky ocean floor. Explorers have come here for centuries to experience one of the Seven Best Views in Canada, and there is no better way to do it than by adding some pleasant challenges to your day for a pure sense of accomplishment! With a number of additional family-friendly adventures such as a 60-foot natural rock climbing wall, this amazing site encourages all visitors to also check out the Cape Enrage Fossil Beach. Listed in Canadian Geographic Magazine as one of the top 25 beaches in Canada and home of the Amazing Race Canada 2014, you can spend hours walking this beautiful 6-kilometer long beach.