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Old 04-11-2012, 09:22 PM   #1
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From Kingston, Ontario to Nova Scotia

Lanning our trip this summer. Going to Parrsboro Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. I am debating wether to drive through Quebec/ New Brunswick or cross over in the states at Cornwall, Cross lake Champlain, take highway 2 and cross at Calais into New Brunswick. Anyone done both these routes? We are newbies. i would like to plan the whole trip prior to leaving.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:58 PM   #2
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Lanning our trip this summer. Going to Parrsboro Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. I am debating wether to drive through Quebec/ New Brunswick or cross over in the states at Cornwall, Cross lake Champlain, take highway 2 and cross at Calais into New Brunswick. Anyone done both these routes? We are newbies. i would like to plan the whole trip prior to leaving.
I would go through the US. Going down and return through Canada. Did this last summer, great trip both ways. Crossed back into Canada at St. Stephens N.B. going down....and save on price of fuel.
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I would go through the US. Going down and return through Canada. Did this last summer, great trip both ways. Crossed back into Canada at St. Stephens N.B. going down....and save on price of fuel.
Did you follow route 3 then 2?
Is the terrain hilly in vermont and new hampshire? Or anywhere...
A little nervous venturing on unknowned roads
Also, how much longer did it take you to return through the states?
And... Did you go through Montreal?
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Going Trans Canada is much faster with all 4 lanes except some 2 lane in Quebec.It well take 10 to 12 hours from Cornwell to Fredericton with a RV.Two years ago I when from Ottawa to Bangor via Montreal.It is slower with all 2 lanes in Maine. I do not remenber any bad hills and fuel is less expense.The #9 to Calis has some hills but not bad if you take your time.St.Stephen to NS. is 4 lane and you will see the Bay of Fundy from time to time.
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We decided to drive through Quebec. Got the route planned out, we'll avoid Montreal by driving through Salabery de valleyfield and Beauharnois
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