This tourist attraction brings out many visitors as the unique flowerpot shaped rocks at Hopewell Rocks in Albert, New Brunswick are fascinating to explore at low tide. The creation of the Hopewell Rocks have taken years to form which are still changing everyday due to the different weather patterns and tides in the area.
Made from mud, pebbles and rocks which have been molded together, these particular rock formations resemble that of flowerpots. From the cliffs above, a different perspective of the Hopewell Rocks is seen compared to the one the tourists are seeing who wander along the beach exploring this natural creation.
Located along the Fundy Coastal Drive, visitors should ensure that the tide is out before adventuring to the Hopewell Rocks otherwise, the beach area is closed and there is no access in. The tides along this coastline are some of the highest in the world making it dangerous and impossible to see this intriguing tourist attraction all throughout the day.... continue below the picture...
Being one of the best places to see, the Hopewell Rocks are situated about one hour from Moncton, New Brunswick, three hours from Halifax, Nova Scotia and two hours from Prince Edward Island. The Fundy Coastal Drive is the most scenic route to reach the Hopewell Rocks, but many travelers enter through the entrances at Fundy National Park.
Flowerpot Rocks, Hopewell Rocks, Hopewell Cape, Shepody Bay, Chignecto Bay, Bay of Fundy, Albert, Highway 114, Fundy Coastal Drive, New Brunswick, Canada.