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Colwells Wharf, Upper Cambridge

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Acadian Coastal South Region

This Region has a variable coastline to explore including peat cliffs, sand dunes, salt water marshes, tidal rivers and red sandstone cliffs.

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Acadian Peninsula and Chaleur Region

This region has many coastal adventures. The area is flatter ground and known for its many sandy beaches and dunes. It also has many lagoons and bays to explore.

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Appalachian Mountain Region

This region is the most mountainous region in the province. The mountains are surrounded by many lakes and rivers to explore.

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mountains, portage open lake Camps to Portage Trail

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Fundy East Region

This region is shaped by the highest tides in the world. There are several options to paddle around flowerpot rocks and sea caves.

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Fundy West Region

This region includes the Fundy Isles. The islands offer many opportunities for coastal exploration in the middle of the Bay of Fundy.

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Lower St. John River Valley Region

This region is split by the St. John River. There are many other smaller rivers and streams in this region and many lakes to explore.

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birds, wetlands open lake Island Loop
bridge, fields open lake Nackawic to Nackawic Bridge
historic rock open lake Mollys Rock
houses, fields open lake Nackawic to Coac Stream
river, farms narrow river Tripp Settlement to Route 104
stream, wetlands, lake stream, open lake Diggity Stream to Spednic Lake

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Miramichi Region

The Miramichi River is a historic salmon fishing river that has several tributaries. Many of the tributaries start in the wilderness in the middle of the province. There are also many wild lakes and the tidal mouth of the Miramichi River to explore.

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Upper St. John River Valley Region

The Upper part of the Saint John River flows down the western side of the province, passing through many cities and towns.

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salmon fishing, hills medium river Larry's Gulch
waterfall, hills narrow river Jackson Falls to Red Bridge Road