For more than a century, sport anglers have gathered on the Miramachi River, which produces more wild Atlantic salmon than any other river system feeding the Atlantic.
Dangling on a rope halfway down the cliff face, the Bay of Fundy’s view is furious. Thick fog, boiling seas, strong winds, and an adventure park to abseil, zipline and hike along the striking coastline.
St Andrews By-the-Sea, Canada’s first seaside resort community, is a charming village set against beautiful surroundings. Grab a kilt, a bike, and explore the town with some friendly locals.
Open Sky Adventures operates the first commercial deepelling operation on the continent. Unlike bungee jumping or rappelling, test your nerves by slowly walking head first off a 135ft cliff.
Stand before Salvador Dali’s Santiago El Grande in the entrance hall of Fredericton’s Beaverbrook Art Gallery, and let a local storyteller bring the painting to life.
Unveiled in 1901, the 390 metre bridge over the St John River is the world’s longest covered bridge, recalling a genteel era of modesty when couples cheekily stole kisses in the chaperone-free darkness.
Celebrate Acadian tradition with the noisy annual celebration in Caraquet, which is just about the most fun you can have in the province, with or without the face paint.