• Trail systems, symbols, management units
• Longitude and Latitude for GPS users
• Comprehensive write up on Fishing, Paddling, Parks, Trails, Winter Rec and more
The province of New Brunswick is known for its sweeping forests, rolling mountains, beautiful maritime coastline and a unique culture that blends centuries of French and English tradition. From the historic cities of Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John to the undisturbed coastal wilderness of Fundy National Park and the pristine lakes of Mount Carleton Provincial Park, New Brunswick is a land of diverse opportunity for explorers of all kind. Backpackers can challenge themselves on one of many long distance hiking trails, including the Trans Canada and New Brunswick Trails, while hunters can explore the endless forested wilderness that creates a vibrant habitat for numerous species of game. New Brunswick’s coast offers spectacular rock formations shaped by the world’s highest tides, while centuries-old lighthouses present irresistible photo opportunities. Located a short ferry ride or drive away, Prince Edward Island offers stunning beaches, undeniable rural charm and one of the most exciting sport fisheries in Canada.
The 3rd edition of the New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island Mapbook features extensive updates and upgrades from the last publication. Most notably, Backroad Mapbooks have added 11 brand-new maps, expanding their coverage to include all of Prince Edward Island, as well as increasing their detail of New Brunswick’s Crown land. All of their writing has been expanded and updated, including new trails, paddling routes and fishing hotspots. They have also included stocked fishing charts as well as trail charts for the province’s major trail networks. They have refined thousands of Points of Interests to help you choose the adventure that is just right for you.
Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 11"