Owl’s Head has created a new hiking trail and will open the first segment of a network of X-country mountain bike trails by the end of August.
New hiking trail: Nature and history
A partnership between Owl’s Head and the Missisquoi Nord organization has given birth to a new hiking trail with some magnificent outlooks. The trail, which opened on 18 July, runs along the shore of Lake Memphrémagog and then climbs the east side of Owl’s Head. It ends at the top of the main chairlift, where the hiker can enjoy a breathtaking panorama.
This walk in a natural setting is also a journey in time, with historical information panels transporting the visitor into the mountain’s past. The hike takes 2½ to 3 hours.
12 km of X-country mountain bike trails
By the end of August, 12 km of X-country mountain bike trails will open. This is the first segment of a vast network of trails spanning some 50 km, to be developed over the next three to five years. The network will include a number of easy and intermediate trails, and a few difficult ones.
In winter the trails will be used for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
For more information:
1 800 363-3342