In the heart of
Quebec’s 
Eastern Townships!

In the heart of
 Quebec’s
Eastern Townships!

**TRAIL STATUS**
The trail is now open. The bridge at KM 13 remains closed and is not to be used (no detour). The bridge will likely only reopen later this summer once repairs are complet. Certains sections of the trail still require work/clean-up, and we therefore recommend you use the trail with caution and walk your bike in the areas where the surface is rougher.  Updated May 8 , 2024

As this is a multipurpose trail, for the safety of everyone, we recommend bikes be equipped with a bell. Please respect the 20 Km/h speed limit. Thank you!

The Tomifobia Nature Trail is a multifunctional 19-km rail-trail located in the Tomifobia River valley, between Rte. 141 in Ayer’s Cliff, and Rte. 247 in Beebe (Stanstead), Quebec. It lies in the heart of the Eastern Townships’ natural and architectural heritage site. Sentiers Massawippi, a non-profit membership organization and a registered charity established in 1990, created the Tomifobia Nature Trail on an abandoned railway right-of-way, in 1993.

Open year round to bikers, hikers, joggers, snowshoers, birdwatchers, fat bikes, cross-country skiers and dogs on a leash.

Featured Photo

Photo courtesy of Marc Théberge

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Trail Location

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