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Méruimticook Trail


Store Upper St. John River

Quick Facts

Difficulty moderate
Trail Type linear
Distance 50.8 km one way
Estimated Time 2 to 3 days
Surface Type old road, forested
Elevation Change -
Features long trail
Trail Markers white and red signs
Scenery Rating beautiful
Maintenance Rating variable
Cell Reception variable
Dog Friendly yes
Fees none


Note: You can download the KML file (GPS) for this trail here.

The Méruimticook is the newest long trail being developed in the province. It starts in Edmundston, travels north through the Madawaska River Valley and then goes through the woods to Baker Lake. Future plans are to extend the trail for another 50 kilmetres to Glazier Lake on the US border.


The trail starts at the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation. There are many places to access the trail as it passes through Edmundston and continues along the Madawaska River Valley. When it leaves the valley there are several access points but these roads are forestry roads so road conditions could be variable.

Click on the map below for more details.

Meruimticook Map


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Trail Last Hiked: Not yet hiked.

Page Last Updated: June 16, 2019.