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Stories and Tips Alma

Hidden adventures

Written by keepitreal on 04 Jan, 2004

For only $10 admission per car, the possibilities are endless. You can follow the map that is handed to you to create a number of soothing and adventurous experiences. Our first stop was Big Salmon River, where we set out on a 4-hour journey by…Read More

Deer Island

Written by gaudet on 20 Aug, 2003

Deer Island is one of larger Fundy islands. Accessible by a year-round government-operated ferry service from the mainland, Deer Island's coastline is dotted with small fishing villages. During the summer months, tourists visit the island for whale watching tours and the island's world-class kayaking. At…Read More

Grand Manan

Written by gaudet on 20 Aug, 2003

Grand Manan is the largest of the Fundy islands. Located approximately 22 miles off the coast of New Brunswick, Grand Manan is accessible by the ferry service that operates from Blacks Harbour to North Head. The crossing takes about 90 minutes. The island is about…Read More

Digby Neck

Written by gaudet on 20 Aug, 2003

Along the western coast of Nova Scotia is a region called the "Digby Neck". This combination of a peninsula and several small islands measures roughly 40km long and 5km wide, with Saint Mary's Bay on the south side and the Bay of Fundy on the…Read More

Campobello Island

Written by gaudet on 20 Aug, 2003

Campobello Island, one of the three Fundy islands, is located in the Bay of Fundy. A special part of the province of New Brunswick, this Canadian island lies just offshore of the most eastern town in the United States: Lubec, Maine. Campobello is accessed from…Read More

Hiking Trails

Written by gaudet on 19 Aug, 2003

Fundy National Park offers wonderful hiking trails, but there are many other uncharted areas to hike. The Fundy Parkway, near St. Martins, offers miles of groomed trails. The New Brunswick Provincial Park, a New River Beach, has a hiking trail for more advanced hikers. Pack…Read More

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