Let the view take your breath away!


You’ll find 360-degree panoramas, breathtaking viewpoints, moments of grace between heaven and earth, contemplative meditation, and a chance to ooh and aah! Follow the trails, climb to the top, admire the view and take a deep breath… Mount Gosford, Mount Chauve, the Sentier des crêtes towards the Pic de l’ours, Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton, Au Diable vert, Pinnacle Mountain in Baldwin’s Mills, Mount Ham and the Signer sector of the Green Mountain Nature Reserve.


Trails through nature in relatively level wooded terrain like Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook with its famous suspended bridge and the Marais-de-la-Rivière-aux-Cerises marsh in Magog.


Urban trails such as the 3.5-km promenade around Lac des Nations near downtown Sherbrooke, and the illuminated trail along the Magog River gorge;


Nature interpretation trails like those at the Centre d’interprétation du Lac Boivin in Granby, Forêt habitée in Dudswell, and the Johnville Bog and Forest Park with interpretation panels featuring the site’s wildlife, plant life, and ecosystems.

These are but a few examples of hiking trails introducing you to the Eastern Townships from a different perspective. For more information, get a copy of our hiking map or consult it online.





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