Adventure Guide to New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers

By Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers

A mess of land and sea adventures look ahead to in those well known locations, with their pristine rivers and forests and watchable natural world. This entire advisor takes in all types of actions right here - mountaineering in Fundy nationwide Park, sea kayaking, cycling the Confederation path, sightseeing at Flowerpot Rocks. It covers the entire fundamentals, too: lodgings, eating places, shuttle counsel, cultural occasions and extra. Maps, index, images.

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W Geography & History Passamaquoddy Bay is almost enclosed by the St. George peninsula, Deer Island and a string of islets. While small in comparison to the giant Bay of Fundy, it holds a lot of water, much of which rushes in and out with the twice-daily Fundy tides. The shore is steep in places, with long narrow channels and dozens of small islands, as well as sand bars which appear and disappear with the tides. It is, as you might guess, a wonderland of sea adventures. Although this region looks small on a map, it has an inordinate amount of coastline formed by a lot of smaller bays and inlets, with jutting peninsulas and abundant islands.

If you hire a good guide, he will have permission from the appropriate land-owners – usually people who own camps but use them infrequently. A guide will also know which waters are public. Information Sources n Tourist Information The central agency responsible for tourist information is Tourism New Brunswick, PO Box 12345, Campbellton, NB E3N 3T6, % 800/561-0123. Local and regional information centers are listed under Getting Around in the beginning of each chapter. When you write or call for information, be sure to say what season you plan to travel in, since the Day Adventure guides are seasonal; be sure to mention any specific interests, such as fishing, beaches, birding, cycling or snowmobiling, so the information officer can send you the appropriate special publications.

A car is just another small animal to a moose, and the animal will either stand his ground or actually charge the car, with a rack of antlers that smashes right through windshields. n If collision with a moose seems inevitable, aim for the animal’s hindquarters. This will slow the momentum somewhat and help prevent the animal’s body from crushing the roof of your car – and you. n Watch for moose when traveling through wilderness areas, particularly around dawn and dusk and at night. If you must travel in remote areas at night, you and your passengers should constantly scan the roadsides ahead for dark shapes or any sign of movement in the underbrush.

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