Appalachian Mountain Range Region
The Appalachian Mountain Range Region is the most mountainous region in New Brunswick. It includes several peak trails in the remote Mount Carleton Provincial Park. Mount Carleton is the highest peak in the Maritime provinces. The views from the peak overlooking the forests and the lakes below is spectacular.
Another notable peak in this region is the prominent Sugarloaf Mountain that towers over the City of Campbellton. A short, strenuous hike takes you to the lookout platform at the peak that overlooks the city, the Restigouche River flowing into Chaleur Bay, and the mountains of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec.