Where Robin Hood meets Little John
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Where Robin Hood meets Little John

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The bridge is where Robin Hood Lake flows into Little John Lake. The bridge is to allow ATV and snowmobiles to get across when the water is higher. The hiking and ATV trail to Turtle mountain starts here. To get to here take a 30 minute ride down a dirt road from route 177. To get to Turtle mountain is another 7 km, mostly uphill.

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A: New Brunswick, On the Way toTurtle Mountain

Jim Watters作, 2.3kmかなた

This is about 3.5 KM up the path to Turtle and Mawhane Mountain.  The path branches at this point. Ab...

New Brunswick, On the Way toTurtle Mountain

B: New Brunswick, On Mawhane Mountain

Jim Watters作, 2.4kmかなた

High resolution view from the top of Mawhane Mountain. Stopped here to enjoy the view and have lunch....

New Brunswick, On Mawhane Mountain

C: New Brunswick, On Top Turtle Mountain

Jim Watters作, 3.7kmかなた

High resolution panoramic view from the top of Turtle Mountain. Turtle Mountain is in Loch Alva near ...

New Brunswick, On Top Turtle Mountain

D: New Brunswick, On Turtle Mountain

Jim Watters作, 3.7kmかなた

On top of Turtle Mountain after enjoying the view taking a little break sheltered from the wind. It i...

New Brunswick, On Turtle Mountain

E: New Brunswick, Geocache, Yes I Can Hear You # 15

Jim Watters作, 8.8kmかなた

The steep path up to the cell tower where geocache is hidden. Strawberries on the ground and one of t...

New Brunswick, Geocache, Yes I Can Hear You # 15

F: New Brunswick, Welsford, Welsford Falls

Jim Watters作, 11.1kmかなた

The Welsford Falls including a cascading falls dropping over 50 feet plus several smaller falls down ...

New Brunswick, Welsford, Welsford Falls

G: New Brunswick, Welsford, Bald Peak

Jim Watters作, 13.1kmかなた

Bald Peak or Devil's Rock, at an elevation of 713 feet, offers a panoramic view at top of a trail fro...

New Brunswick, Welsford, Bald Peak

H: Mount Champlain, New Brunswick

Jim Watters作, 15.3kmかなた

Mount Champlain is a 1,397 ft / 426 m mountain peak near Saint John, New Brunswick. The top of Mt Cha...

Mount Champlain, New Brunswick

I: New Brunswick, Kennebecasis Island ferry

Jim Watters作, 15.8kmかなた

Kennebecasis Island Ferry is a small cable ferry joining Kennebecasis Island with the Summerville on ...

New Brunswick, Kennebecasis Island ferry

J: Howe's Cave Entrance

Jim Watters作, 19.7kmかなた

Rockwood Park is enjoyed by hikers, walkers, joggers, skaters, swimmers, canoers, kayakers, golfers, ...

Howe's Cave Entrance

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Text by Steve Smith.

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