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Find yourself. At the top of the world.

The higher the elevation, the greater the sense of separation from the hustle and bustle of our daily grind. This 278 km (172 mi.) road trip has you hiking, biking, and paddling through 400-million-year-old mountains. Here, being outdoors is a way of life, and unspoiled vistas will meet you at every step of the way. Let us guide you to the top of the Maritimes’ highest peak, or get a canoe’s-eye-view of the scenery below. Top it off with campfire tales told under the stars. Stop in to visit the city of Campbellton; mountain bike in Sugarloaf Provincial Park; canoe in Kedgwick; taste some maple treats in Saint-Quentin, and explore Mount Carleton Provincial Park. Adventure beckons—wherever you stop to take it in.

Appalachian Range Route map
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