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Four Wheeler Drivers

Off-Road Adventures -
New Brunswick

Where is the best spot to ATV in New Brunswick? New Brunswick has more than 10,000km of trails throughout the province that take you through thick forests, coastlines and streams.


QuadNB manages all ATV activities throughout the province and supplies an interactive map as well as permits on their website. This is by far the best resource for trails in the province!

For permits follow this link:

For the interactive trail map follow this link: 

Shediac Loop

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This loop can be started near Shediac, Sackville or just outside of Moncton and is a somewhat challenging route that takes about 5 hours to ride.

Big Cove

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The Big Cove is a very large loop of over 112km that takes more than 20 hours to complete. This loop located near the eastern shore of the province takes you around towns such as Rexton, Elsipogtog, Ste-Anne-de-Kent and L'nui Menikuk. This is a multi-day trip so plan accordingly.

Caledonia Mountain

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Caledonia Mountain is an extremely difficult trail for experienced riders only. The route takes you from beautiful Alma to Caledonia Mountain, around Prosser Brook and back to Alma with a total of roughly 110km of trail.

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