My office is in the Edmundston area, located in the beautiful Appalachians Mountains in northwestern New Brunswick, Canada’s only officially bilingual province!
If you are travelling 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 short getaway.
Edmundston, a border town of 16 500 inhabitants, is located about 20 minutes from Dégelis and one-hour from Rivière-du-Loup in the province of Quebec; and just across the International Bridge to Madawaska, in Maine, USA.
Things to Do
The area boasts several tourist attractions, many outdoor activities as well as cultural and sporting events
Salon du livre d'Edmundston - French language Book Fair (April)
Jazz & Blues Festival (June)
La Grande Grouille (Fall Celebration) New Brunswick Botanical Garden (Fall)
The New Brunswick Botanical Garden welcomes visitors from mid-May to mid-October.
There are also several biking and walking trails in the area.
Petit-Témis Interprovincial Trail
Le Prospecteur Trails
Sentier NB Trail / Trans Canada Trail
Vélo Edmundston (Mountain Bike Trails)
In winter, you can hit the slopes at the Centre plein air Mont-Farlagne. If you love hockey, the Blizzard, 2018 Maritime Junior Hockey League (MHL) Champions attract thousands of local and regional fans at the new Centre Jean-Daigle.
Check out this video published by Tourism Edmundston.
If you love winter, check out the slopes at Mont-Farlagne!
Where to Stay & Eat
There are several hotels, motels, B&B's, and restaurants to choose from.
Visit TOURISM EDMUNDSTON for more information.
How to Get Here
Caraquet, NB: 370 km
Fredericton, NB: 270 km
Moncton, NB: 440 km
Dégelis, QC: 40 km
Rivière-du-Loup, QC: 115 km
Caribou, ME: 80 km
Houlton, ME: 190 km
Bangor, ME: 205 miles
Fredericton, NB: International Airport (285 km)
Québec, QC: Jean-Lesage International Airport (320 km)
Presque Isle, ME: Presque Isle International Airport (64 miles)