Appalachian Range Route

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.

Appalacian Range Route is shown as highlighted YELLOW line in map
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