The Thetford region is known for its offer of outdoor activities. This is understandable when you know that there are several mountains, many lakes including two of the largest south of the St. Lawrence, a national park, an ecological reserve, rivers, forests as far as the eye can see... Thetford region has nature as its backyard!
Mont Adstock is a four-season playground: hiking, mountain biking and golf in the summer; alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, alpine climbing and snowshoeing in the winter. By venturing into the mountains, outdoor enthusiasts discover quality facilities and a breathtaking panorama.
The 3 mountains
20 km of trails, 3 summits, lakes, an obstacle course and several types of accommodation, all in an ecological reserve: this is a paradise for hiking, the hiking trails of the 3 mountains of Coleraine!
In winter, the park is a calm paradise for snowshoeing enthusiasts. No services. Self-perception only.
In the summer, take the time to discover Frontenac National Park on foot, by bike or by kayak! Live a privileged contact with the fauna and flora by staying in a campground, in a canoe-camping, in a ready-to-camp, in a rustic camp or in one of the 8 intimate cabins located on the edge of the lake.
The site stands out as being one of the rare places in the Thetford region where nature has regained its rights following mining. You will have the chance to explore two former mine shafts that have become large lakes: the Boston Mine (Boston Lake) and the Carey Mine.
Kinnear's Mills Trails
Several footpaths can be trodden in the village with four churches. The Bailey Falls Trail covers a round trip of 3 km in length. The Osgood River Trail offers two circuits of up to 6 km. The Historic Trail travels 7.3 km in the forest and on the road.
Old Dam Trail
At the entrance to the trail, you are greeted by stuffed animals: dozens and dozens of stuffed animals to the delight of the children! They marvel at looking for such cartoon characters, or even spotting their favorite teddy bears.