Do you consider yourself a foodie? A winter sport lover? Or BOTH? Get ready to start planning your ultimate Chaleur region winter getaway!
This winter, gear up for a snowmobile adventure of its own in Northern New Brunswick’s Chaleur Region. The Chaleur Region is well known for being a snowmobiler’s dream come true.
Looking for a new adventure for your 2021/2022 winter staycation? We have the perfect way to make the most of a winter day, followed by a cozy warm-up with some local brews in the evening.
Looking for a gentle outdoor activity this winter? How about snowshoeing? Snowshoeing is the quintessential snow activity – all you need is a pair of snowshoes and deep snow. With world-class trails for all levels and abundant snow, the Chaleur Region is a snowshoer paradise.
Looking for the perfect way to spend your 2021/2022 winter staycation? How about a morning of cross-country skiing, followed by an afternoon spent warming up with a tasty hot drink, or decadent treat!?
This season, visit Northern New Brunswick’s snowmobile hub!
There will be a lot of action all year round in 2020 in the Chaleur Region. From cross-skiing and snowshoeing competitions to runs and bike races, athletes and outdoor enthusiasts won’t have a shortage of fun!
Whether you’re home for Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus, or just looking for some ideas to spice up the holiday season: here are 31 things to do during the break!
So, you're looking to climb Mount Carleton? You'll need some information before you go!
With the summer fast approaching, we know you’ve likely started thinking about all of the adventures you and your pup will take on. This is why we’ve compiled a list of dog-friendly places in the Chaleur Region. Want to make sure your furry friend is never left behind? We’ve got you covered!
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or an absolute beginner, our 2022 Ultimate Fishing Guide has all the information you need for a successful fishing trip in the Chaleur Region.
Unforgettable sunsets, warm water, long stretches of sand, and landscapes like nowhere else in the world…this summer, fall in love with our beaches one footstep at a time!
If you’re looking for the perfect autumn eats, the Chaleur Region has a cornucopia of great spots to discover. We’ve listed 8 of our favourite places for fall meals and treats in no particular order, including everything from laid back cafés to upscale dining experiences. Keep reading to plan the ultimate Chaleur Region fall food experience!
Whether you call it quad or ATV, Northern New Brunswick’s trails are a paradise you’ll love to explore all year long. With its breathtaking scenery in constant evolution, the Chaleur Region is undeniably one of Eastern Canada's best-kept "quad secrets."
Who doesn’t love Fall? Fall is the most wonderful time of the year in northern New Brunswick, with glorious foliage, delicious cafés, and heartwarming smiles.
Just imagine long sandy beaches, gorgeous trails for hikers and bikers, and delicious seafood… You’ll find all this and more in the Chaleur region. Whether you’re a beach bum or an avid hiker, a serious foodie or a biking enthusiast, the Chaleur region has something for everyone. Read on to discover 10 good reasons to visit us this summer!
Here are 6 of our favourite things to do in Beresford this summer!
Here are 8 of our favourite things to do in Bathurst this summer!
Here are 6 of our favourite things to do in Petit-Rocher this summer!
Here are 5 of our favourite things to do in Belledune this summer!
Here are 9 of our favourite things to do in Pointe-Verte and Nigadoo this summer!
Here are 5 of our favourite things to do in our Local Service Districts!
Longing for a challenging adventure that will put you in touch with nature and is rich in culture? Hiking the Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail is the perfect journey!
150 km of raw nature between the Pointe Daly Nature Reserve and Mount Carleton Provincial Park... fabulous landscapes, magnificent discoveries and much more await you on the Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail!
Trail networks in the forest, hidden waterfalls and sandy beaches as far as the eyes can see… it’s time to hop a new kind of outdoor adventure on the Northern Odyssey.
Outdoor concerts with an electrifying atmosphere, fireworks on the seashore, colourful cultural events… and lobster, oooh lobster! That’s just a sneak peek of what these 12 festivals in the Chaleur Region have in store for you in 2020!
Are you hoping for breathtaking natural landscapes, easy access to the sea, and delightful seafood fresh from the ocean on your next motorcycle trip? Here are 8 reasons why you absolutely must tour the Chaleur Region on your bike!
Fall in northern New Brunswick is undeniably one of the most enjoyable -- and photogenic -- seasons of the year.
Feeling adventurous? Your bucket list is about to meet its match. We’ve lined up our top 5 adventure picks in the Chaleur region just for you.
August is the month of music and cold drinks, of living with no regrets and making no excuses!
Summer is in full flight and Festival season is finally here. The month of July is jam-packed with fun for everyone, so here’s a sample of what’s happening in the Chaleur Region in July 2019!
Here are 5 of our favourite things to do in Nigadoo this summer!
Summer hasn’t begun but it’s just around the corner. It’s getting warmer and the days are getting longer, let the fun in the sun begin! Here’s a sample of what’s happening in the Chaleur Region in June 2019!
The Chaleur Region is not just about amazing seafood and adventures, it's also host to a large variety of talented local bands and musicians that will make your road trip in the Maritimes one to remember.
Who was Nicolas Denys? What current Chaleur region municipality was known as Nepisiguit? Learn the answers to these questions and so much more in this article.
New Brunswick is an amazing place for camping, and right here in the Chaleur Region is where you'll find some of the most memorable campsites in the province.
We dropped by Vino Wine Bar for a quick tour of this great new wine bar in Downtown Bathurst.
We caught up with Charles on a busy June morning to get “up close and personal” on a lobster fishing day and, of course, to ask him: “Why do you <3 Chaleur?”
Bags of claws, bodies, tails, hard-shell, soft-shell, live or pre-cooked… leave it to the pros to get you the best local lobster in town!
Petit-Rocher is a beautiful municipality of ~ 1900 inhabitants located at the edge of the picturesque Baie des Chaleurs in New Brunswick.
South of the Tetagouche river, right here in the Chaleur Region, is where you'll find Gauthier Sugary: a micro-sugary of around 500 maples.
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