The Appalachian Range Route is most famous for it’s spectacular scenery, tall peaks, salmon fishing and the brilliant skyscapes at designated Dark Sky Preserves.
Explore the route through 400-million-year-old mountains where natural beauty abounds; and you ride the curves along magestic rivers. Accommodations and camping are available along this route.
Attractions include the highest peak in the Maritimes at Mount Carleton Provincial Park; the salmon sculpture – Restigouche Sam at Campbellton; the Forestry Village and Museum at Kedgewick and the Western Festival held at Saint-Quentin.
This route stretches from the northwestern tip of New Brunswick at Charlos (near the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec); to Perth-Andover near the Maine-USA border.