Petis Témis Interprovincial Linear Park is a 154 kilometre trail following the banks of the Madawaska River and the shores of Lake Témiscouata while crossing over provincial borders connecting New Brunswick and Quebec, Canada. Edmundston is the eastern trailhead (terminus) of this epic trail.
Petis Témis Interprovincial Linear Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed on the long haul trail are hiking, walking, biking, cycling, rollerblading and sightseeing.
The opportunity to explore small villages along the route is a cultural experience. If you are a hiker and/or mountain biker, the trail connects you to the trails of the Appalachian Mountains and other nearby adventure destinations.
A few of the more popular amenities and services located on the Edmundston side of the Petis Témis Interprovincial Linear Park are sightseeing benches, lookouts, campgrounds, greenspace, picnic areas, restaurants, accommodations, bike repair, and bridges.