Mt. Carleton Provincial Park.

Discussion in 'New Brunswick' started by SlickTrick, Jul 5, 2015.

  1. SlickTrick

    SlickTrick New Member

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    I have been here a few times camping, it was amazing! Almost always see a few moose, loads of birds. Oh, and at night, you should bring a telescope, or good binoculars. The park is a night sky preserve, and unless you have spent time far out in the sticks, you will never see a night sky like this!



    http://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/Products/M/Mount-Carleton-Provincial-Park.aspx

    Mount Carleton, 820m (2,690 ft) the highest peak in the Maritimes

    Mount Head, 792m (2,589ft) off the beaten track, but worth it!

    Mount Sagamook, 777m (2,549 ft) our most challenging hike

    Mount Bailey, 564m (1,850 ft) an easier climb, great view.


    Good fishing, if you are into fly fishing, There are NO serviced sites but there are a few cabins, and they do have a dumping station. They have some back country sites too that would interest hikers and such.
     
  2. MabelJ

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    Did you drive in on the 180 from the east or west or have you done both? How's the road for a PUP ?
     

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