Something amazing happens when the highest tides in the world arrive in Saint John, New Brunswick.Twice a day, tides in Canada's Bay of Fundy rise as high as 56 feet in places – the height of a 5-storey building!In Saint John, New Brunswick, the St. John River drains into the Bay of Fundy. When the Bay of Fundy tides rise and fall, 100-billion tons of water … a volume equal to ALL of the world’s rivers … enters and exits the bay.And that's when things get interesting in Saint John.
BestTrip.TV cameras were in Saint John on our Autumn Colors Seabourn voyage of Canada and New England - and we were the right place at the right time – on Saint John's new, glass-floored Skywalk. Watch this video to share our bird's eye view directly over the gorge carved through billion-year-old rocks – to see the epic Bay of Fundy tides reversing the direction of the river flow.You just can't miss the Reversing Falls Rapids seen from Saint John's Skywalk.
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