Turtle Mountain Trail

Saint John, New Brunswick

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The main feature of this trail is the beautiful view from the top of the “tortoise-shell” Turtle Mountain. Turtle Lake, with its small, boggy peninsula, lies just below to the southwest, with Labrador Lake, Sherwood Lake, and Hasty Lake in the distance. Big Indian Lake can be seen in a westnorthwesterly direction. On a clear day you can see the Bay of Fundy. In season, the blueberries along the trail and on top are delicious. Black bear, moose, and deer may be seen. Trail Condition: several very large mudholes, rocky.
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by Marianne Eiselt & H.A. Eiselt (Goose Lane Editions)

The main feature of this trail is the beautiful view from the top of the “tortoise-shell” Turtle Mountain. Turtle Lake, with its small, boggy peninsula, lies just below to the southwest, with Labrador Lake, Sherwood Lake, and Hasty Lake in the distance.

Big Indian Lake can be seen in a westnorthwesterly direction. On a clear day you can see the Bay of Fundy. In season, the blueberries along the trail and on top are delicious. Black bear, moose, and deer may be seen. Trail Condition: several very large mudholes, rocky.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Saint John
Distance: 15
Elevation Gain: 600 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 7 hours
Season: Best Spring-Fall
Local Maps: 21 G/8 Saint John
Driving Directions: Directions to Turtle Mountain Trail

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May 2018