Smashed by turbulent water rushing over a shallow reef, Acadian sailors christened these 50 metre-high cliffs staring over the Bay of Fundy. Along with the thick fog, strong winds and boiling seas, Enrage seems about right. When its lighthouse was automated in the 1980’s, a group of Moncton schoolteachers decided to save the Cape, restoring its old buildings, building an interpretive centre, a fantastic restaurant, and offering abseiling, ziplining and kayaking adventures.
Length of Trip : 3-4 hours
Cost : The current price list for zip-lining, rappelling and climbing.
Best time to go : Cape Enrage is open seasonally from mid-May to early October.
Wheelchair friendly : Restaurant, Interpretive Centre are wheelchair accessible.
Family friendly : Yes
Where to eat : The Cape House Restaurant, located at Cape Enrage, serves excellent fresh seafood and is well worth making your lunch/dinner stop.
Official Site : www.capeenrage.ca
Where to Stay : In Moncton: We recommend The Crowne Plaza In Sussex: The Amsterdam Inn
Getting There : Distances from: Moncton: 80km (50 miles) Sussex: 75km ( 45 miles) Fredericton: 190km (120 miles) Saint John: 150km (95 miles)
Note from Robin : If you’re abseiling, the rope might leave a stain on your clothing. You’re advised to wear something dark or old. It only takes 3-5 minutes to reach the bottom, so don’t be afraid to stop and enjoy the view!