Appalachian Range Route
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The Appalachian Range Route explores travels through 400-million-year-old mountains where natural beauty abounds. From the northwestern tip of New Brunswick, near the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec; to Perth-Andover near the Maine-USA border; you’ll ride the curves along magestic rivers.
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This area is most famous for it’s spectacular scenery, salmon fishing and the brilliant skyscapes at designated Dark Sky Preserves.
You will find accommodations and camping along this route; and the highest peak in the Maritimes is found at the Mount Carleton Provincial Park.
The Appalachian Range Route joins:
the Acadian Coastal Drive at Charlo
the River Valley Scenic Drive at Perth-Andover