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Tomifobia Nature Trail

Ayer's Cliff, Quebec, Canada
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Lovely walking trail

Easy walk along an old railway bed . Well maintained beautiful walk beside the Tomifobia river... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Louise C
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Great autumn walk

We had found by chance a brochure about this trail and sought it out. It was a very easy walk... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2017
Travellers5710
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Red Deer, AB
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  • Average8%
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1 week ago
“Lovely walking trail ”
3 Jan 2017
“Great autumn walk”
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Ayer's Cliff, Quebec, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy walk along an old railway bed . Well maintained beautiful walk beside the Tomifobia river. Great way to get in your 10,000 steps a day

Thank Louise C
Reviewed 4 January 2017

We had found by chance a brochure about this trail and sought it out. It was a very easy walk. Due to timing we were only able to walk about 4 km but it was very enjoyable. It was helped by the fact that the...More

Thank Travellers5710
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

This converted rail trail is an easy walk with many readily located parking spots along the 19k trek for easy pick up & drop off hiking . The forested short piece just out of Ayers Cliff is particularly lovely. The trail follows the river and...More

1  Thank Liza B
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This 19 km path is between Ayer's Cliff and Beebe (4 km from Stanstead). The trail is on a former rail line so it is mainly flat but slightly downhill from Beebe. The surface is packed gravel, but we had no problem on our hybrid...More

1  Thank Hawkhardt
Reviewed 29 June 2015

Flat easy and well maintain trail. In nice surrounding. Easy parking at Ayer's Cliff. Lots of vegetation following the river

2  Thank LunyajSher
Reviewed 19 May 2015

Beautiful trial for walking or biking. Bring a picnic and admire the view. Birds and tortoises hang out along the trail. Very nice for families, friends and couples.

2  Thank brigitte m
Reviewed 16 April 2015

A nice 12.5 miles trail for walking, cycling, cross-country skiing that goes from Ayer's Cliff up to Stanstead (province of Quebec) along the windingTomifobia river. You travel on a former railroad bed so there is no steep hill to climb and you have everywhere a...More

2  Thank Michel D
Reviewed 6 September 2014

We enjoyed cycling this well-maintaned trail with a start in Ayer's Cliff - slight incline southbound, makes for a nice slight decline return on way back. We went all the way to border, and enjoyed the trail and scenery. Saw a Blue Heron and some...More

Thank planetseb
Reviewed 16 August 2012

The Tomifobia Nature Trail / Sentier Nature Tomifobia is a 19-kilometer path built on a railroad bed that connects Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec to Stanstead and Beebe, Quebec, which are just over the border from another trail in Vermont. The use in French of the word...More

4  Thank scooper47
Reviewed 25 February 2017
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