Welcome to the beautiful Appalachians Mountains in the northwestern part of New Brunswick, Canada’s only officially bilingual province!
If you are coming from out of town to have your QHHT® session, you may want to take in some of the cool things to see and do, and plan a small getaway.
Edmundston is located across the Saint John River from Aroostook County in the State of Maine and close to the Temiscouata region of the province of Quebec. I was born and raised here, the current population is 16,500.
The area boasts several tourist attractions, many outdoor activities as well as cultural and sporting events: Salon du livre (book fair) in April, the Jazz & Blues Festival at the end of June, La Foire Brayonne at the beginning of August, a fall festival at the New Brunswick Botanical Gardens in October and a popular music festival in November. The Blizzard, 2018 Maritime Junior Hockey League (MHL) Champions, attract thousands of local and regional fans at the new Centre Jean-Daigle.
If you love winter activities, the Mont-Farlagne is a great place to spend the day or the whole weekend!
For more information about what to see and do, or where to stay and eat: Tourism Edmundston
How to get to Edmundston (distances approximate)
Campbellton, NB: 200 km
Fredericton, NB: 270 km
Caraquet, NB: 370 km
Dégelis, QC : 40 km
Rivière-du-Loup, QC: 115 km
Rimouski, QC: 180 km
Quebec, QC: 315 km
Gaspé, QC: 500 km
Caribou, ME: 80 km
Houlton, ME: 190 km
Bangor, ME: 330 km