Nearby is the city of Moncton, sitting on the southeast end of the province, a very French town with sparkling rivers, green valleys and vibrant leaves in the autumn. Thus, it’s no surprise there is an abundance of outdoor activities to participate in around town.
Moncton has over 75 kilometers worth of trails, and many of which are connected to each within the township to make for a spectacular web of discovery and exploration. Some of their main trails include Riverfront, Humphreys Brook, Northwest, Rabbit Brook, and Fairview Knoll Park. These trails are a combination of loops, or single lines, connections to splash pads or parks, following rivers, and so forth. Not only will you be able to get your exercise and relaxation of nature, but you’ll get a more intimate look at the city.
Test your limits with ziplining and treetop obstacle courses at TreeGo. Of course, visitors don’t begin at the hardest level. Employees ensure clientele are accustomed to everything, such as equipment, and finding your own rhythm before starting the next level. They have four levels of varying degrees: finding balance in their activities; swinging from ropes and climbing trees; ziplining higher up in the tree branches and walking across a moving obstacle; and, move higher into the trees’ canopies and discover your ultimate fitness challenge. Oh yes, there are courses for children and adults, so don’t you worry, bring your family.