Take the time to explore the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains in New Brunswick.
The Appalachian Range Route winds through some of the oldest mountains on the earth. One of these, Mount Carleton, is the highest point in the Maritimes. Trails make it simple to reach the mountaintop. By day, gaze across the vista of forests. By night, gaze at the endless star-filled sky.
The Appalachian Range Route links the communities between Edmundston and Charlo, and the region along the northern border of New Brunswick with the Province of Quebec. The road traces the Restigouche River from source to mouth as it flows into the Bay of Chaleur. Many lookouts welcome travelers to enjoy the panoramic views of nature at its best. Sugar Loaf Provincial Park offers year-round activities to enjoy the outdoors.
Canoers and kayakers along with cyclists and hikers can find satisfying spots in the vast wilderness of forest and river.
Festivals also celebrate the typical rodeo in a nod to the western culture of cattle farming and the refined music of the Chamber orchestra as another way to reflect the Western European heritage of many residents.
The New Brunswick Bed and Breakfasts and Inns Association has exceptional member inns whose hosts offer a real insight into the variety of this modern-living region based on the very old Appalachian Range.
The following is a list of Bed and Breakfast Inns that meet your search criteria.