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Established in 1896, one of Kingsbury’s main characteristics is its houses with slate roofs, concentrated in the older section of town, tangible reminders of the large slate quarries that operated in this region until the early 20th century. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy hiking and observing the wildlife at the Kingsbury marsh. Created by the construction of a dam on Salmon Creek, the marsh is an ideal setting for observing waterfowl and white-tailed deer; it is also home to a heron colony and a stand of red pines. The Kingsbury zone of the Sentiers de l'Estrie hiking trail network, 24 km in length, provides access to the La Rouche rock face, which looks out over the lake of the same name and the mountain ranges to the south.