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Founded circa 1898 in the push for Francophone colonization, Saint-Augustin-de-Woburn is located south of Lake Megantic at the base of Mount Gosford, the highest summit in southern Quebec at 1193 m in altitude. A forestry village near the U.S. border, the municipality relies on wood processing to support its economy. The presence of the Louise Gosford controlled harvesting zone with its hunting and fishing activities, together with the Forêt Habitée du Mont Gosford, reinforces its unique character as an outdoor destination. The Sentiers frontaliers, a 135-km-long walking trail network, part of which runs along the U.S. border, reaches heights of 1100 metres in altitude and features breathtaking scenery while stimulating personal achievement. The Summit Drive rest stop at the crossroads of routes 263 and 161 is worth a stop with its intriguing horizontal sundial.