An Ongoing Restoration Of Over 30 Years; A Rich & Timeless Native Heritage.View More...
A tight-knit group of guides and enthusiasts.View More...
Detailed maps of trail sections, access points, camps, teepees and more.View More...
Conservation of the environment, preservation of heritage, education & tourism.View More...
Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail
Advisory: October 1st is the start of Bird Hunting season and hikers are advised to wear hunter orange to be visible. Autumn brings more rainfall and water levels are slowly starting to rise. Hikers are reminded that water crossing can be dangerous where the trail does not have bridges. Remember to use good judgement and caution.
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The historic Mi’gmaq hiking trail is a 140 km single track hiking trail that follows the mighty Nepisiguit River from mountains to sea (from Mount Carleton Park in central New Brunswick to Daly Point Nature Reserve in Bathurst).
Our Vision and Missions
Conservation of natural environment by education.
Preservation of our rich historic and cultural heritage with partnerships.
Encourage outdoor physical activity and a responsible, sustainable touristic industry.
Interactive Map of Our Trail
Trail sections with access points, camping platforms, teepees and more.