Located in New Brunswick, Canada, The Hopewell Rocks formed over a million years ago when mountain ranges older than the Rockies began to erode.
The water table rises to a height of 50 feet, every 6 hours, creating the highest tide in the world.
The park is open from mid-May to mid-October. Park passes are good for 48 hours, allowing enough time to experience both the low and high tide.
There’s something about walking on the ocean floor one day and seeing it fill up the next that is just thrilling to me. I hope to get there one day, to experience it for myself.
Maybe this summer. 🙂