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Mount Champlain, New Brunswick
Canada

Mount Champlain is a 1,397 ft / 426 m mountain peak near Saint John, New Brunswick.


The top of Mt Champlain host a bunch of communication towers for TV and Radio. The local height makes it a perfect location for transmission towers. The 4 km accesses road to the top is a steep climb with an elevation raise of about 350 meters.

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Tags: new brunswick; saint john; mt champlain; champlain; mountain; radio; tv; communication; transmission; tower
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