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Maple Sugar Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The main feature of this nature trail is the large variety of trees that make up the surrounding mature forest. Sugar maples abound. These trees have been a source of sugar for North American Indians for hundreds of years, and their sap is used to produce maple Maple seeds and leaves syrup. In New Brunswick, you can always reach some outpost of civilization within a couple of days and usually much sooner — provided, of course, that you are able to use map and compass. It is not smart to undertake a multi-day trip without some basic training in their use, and such training could even come in handy on long day hikes. Trail Condition: dry."
--Marianne Eiselt & H.A. Eiselt, Hiking Trails of New Brunswick (Goose Lane Editions).
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