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The Bluff, Sussex Corner
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The Bluff at Sussex Corner, New Brunswick.


The two kilometer trail to the buff starts at the water tower in Sussex Corner. Take Sullivan Dr which turns into Pugsley St which turns into Rockridge Dr.

From the top you can see Poley Mountain ski hill on the left, Dutch Valley in front, and Wards Creek to the right. The bluff is sometimes used to launch hand gliders. Today a glider is practicing on the farmers field straight across from us.

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Tags: new brunswick; sussex; sussex corner; trail; hiking; walking; bluff; lookout; geocaching; geocache; poley mountain; ski hill; dutch valley; wards creek
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