New Brunswick

From rolling mountains to rugged ocean coastline, an opportunity for every kind of explorer.

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The Maritimes’ Hidden Jewel

From its dramatic coast to its interior backcountry, New Brunswick is full of incredible outdoor recreation opportunities, and you can count on our wide range of map products, including our Backroad Mapbooks, GPS Maps, TOPO Maps and BRMB Navigator App, to guide you along just about any adventure you can think of.

With over 5,500 km (3,400 mi) of coastline and the world’s highest tides, many adventurers choose to hit the water while visiting New Brunswick. Kayakers can paddle among unique rock formations formed by centuries of erosion, while whales swim offshore. Anglers can hire a guide to sample the ocean fishing, or head inland to fish one of New Brunswick’s legendary rivers – the province is known to offer some of the best salmon fly-fishing in the world. Backpackers can challenge themselves on long distance wilderness trails like the Fundy Footpath, and those exploring the coast by vehicle won’t be able to help themselves from stopping for a photo at one of New Brunswick’s historic lighthouses.

Whether cycling through the rolling, forested hills of the interior or soaking in the sweeping ocean views on Grand Manan Islands, you can count on our database of adventure information and industry-leading topographic maps to help you make the most of your time in New Brunswick.

 

 

 

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Canoeing Trips for Beginners

– Guest Post by John Rivers – It’s Time to Explore the Outdoors! With the weather cooling down and fall in full swing, it’s time to fit in one last paddle of the year. This fall, if you’re looking for something new to add to your outdoor adventure bucket list, consider canoeing! A wonderful way to connect with nature and explore …

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Wild Turkey Hunting Across Canada

While the Wild Turkey all but disappeared from Southern Ontario in 1909 after being eliminated by unregulated hunting, they were reintroduced to the region in 1984. 30 years after they were reintroduced, the population has grown to an extremely impressive 100,000.

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