New Brunswick is known for its historical ties to a maritime past, and has a long history with whale watching that started long before anyone can count. Yet, it is also a place defined by rolling, green mountains which light up in the fall months. This makes it an ideal location to come and enjoy a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, where you can hike across the mountainsides. When you’re here, it’s a great idea to stay in a secluded mountain rental, so that you can get the most out of your surroundings. Head to Cape Enrage in the iconic Bay of Fundy to try zip-lining down cliffs, and to hike along the cliff’s edge, or take a boat ride over to Manawagonish Island Nature Preserve, where you can hike along green mountain land.