New Brunswick Backroad Mapbook
Written by Carmine Minutillo.
Published by Mussio Ventures Ltd., 2007.
driving, cycling, hiking or camping, find your way with this complete road and
The New Brunswick Backroad Mapbook is the most comprehensive outdoor recreation resource available for New Brunswick, a picturesque Eastern Canadian province that encompasses Acadian forests, the Appalachian Mountains and splendid coastal seascapes.
Whatever your outdoor preference happens to be, there is always something to satisfy the itch to get out and enjoy the open air in New Brunswick. The intricate arrangement of trails range from hiking developed footpaths to riding remote forest roads on an ATV. A small network of provincial parks and two exciting national parks attract campers and day-users, offering unique landscapes and a variety of services. Anglers can delight in the world-class fishery, which incorporates a plethora of clean lakes and bustling rivers. Paddlers can also explore the province with beautiful ocean routes and hair raising whitewater fun. Winter enthusiasts can indulge in the heavy snowfall and long winters that make this region a snowy paradise for many months of the year. Well-established cross-country ski trails and snowmobile routes can be enjoyed in a wide variety of locations, while more ambitious snow walkers can make their own snowshoe trail through quiet winter forests and across frozen ponds.
The New Brunswick Backroad Mapbook will help you explore this vast and wonderful Province of New Brunswick. In addition to the maps, the writing will let you dream of places not so far away.
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