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Forêt habitée de Dudswell

Nestled in a forested rural area overlooking a lake from the ice age, the Forêt habitée de Dudswell has various trails that form a 12-km network where you’ll find interpretation panels on the fauna and flora, an observation tower, a marsh, the wintering grounds of deer, a beaver dam, and, of course, stunning views. In winter, snowshoe and cross-country ski trails are marked and suitable for the whole family. Closed during hunting season for safety reasons (October and November).

Address
rue Principale Ouest / Chemin de la Tête du Lac, Dudswell Quebec J0B 1G0

Phone
819-560-8484

Email
municipalite.dudswell@hsfqc.ca

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Features
  • Departure : Sentier du Ravage and Sentier multifonctionnel at Maison de Lime Ridge (243 Main Street West). Sentier des Crêtes et du Petit Lac, on chemin de la Tête du Lac.
  • Marked
  • Loop
  • Number of trails : 4
  • Total length (km) : 9
  • Difficulty level: Easy
  • Difficulty level: Intermediate
  • Characteristics : In the heart of the village of Marbleton sector, several interpretation panels on the flora and fauna, deer trails, a marsh, geese, beaver dam and look-out points.
Services
  • Picnic areas
  • Downloadable trail map : http://municipalitededudswell.ca/sentiers/
  • Trail maps available onsite
  • Dogs permitted on leash
  • Restaurant on site
  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Parking
  • Accessible telephone
Schedule
  • Open year-round
  • Closed during hunting season
Rates
  • Entrance : free

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Saint-Camille

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