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Old 01-13-2019, 09:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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A group of bluenosers looking to do three maybe four day loop trip out of possibly Miramichi or Bathurst in February. Looking for hotels,lodging,restaurant info. Been sledding in NB before, used Knights Inn as base. Want to see more of the province. Any info appreciated.
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Old 01-14-2019, 07:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Specifically looking to get to Edmunston and back, would like to see moose valley area. Does one have to book ahead or do lodges/hotels usually have rooms?
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If you're going on the weekend yes book ahead, not as big of a deal through the week when there isn't as much traffic.
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Specifically looking to get to Edmunston and back, would like to see moose valley area. Does one have to book ahead or do lodges/hotels usually have rooms?
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You should Book.

I just set up a Loop trip a few weeks ago for Feb 20 and had a hard time getting rooms for the weekend night. Not so bad through the week.
I know though it would be awful cold trying to camp out overnight on my sled LOL.

Let me know if you need some accommodation names/ contact numbers.
I have been going there for years.
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Is there gas available at serpentine? If so, what are open hours?
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Yes there is gas available at Serpentine. I believe you can contact Serpentine at 506-473-0697 if you need any more information.
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There is also gas at Governor's again except Monday & Tuesday
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