TOURIST CIRCUITS: A THEMATIC TOUR OF THE REGION!

Roam the Valley via thematic tours!

The Pionners’ trail, Eastern Townships (Photo : Patricia Langevin).

Regardless of your passion or interests, the Coaticook River Valley will enchant you through thematic tours you may opt for at all times, in total freedom and at your pace! You will certainly be charmed by the bucolic landscapes linking the 12 municipalities. The Circuits découvertes network will allow you to learn more about the region’s history and touristic, sometimes secret, treasures. Historical figures relate their story, whether it be through Voie des pionniers or Parole d’outre-temps, a cemeteries’ tour. Circuits patrimoniaux de Coaticook will reveal over 150 years of heritage.

True pleasure for the taste buds

Comptonales, Compton, Eastern Townships.

The Coaticook region is known for its agrotourism and the wealth of its local products. The Comptonales, an annual gourmet tour, is an inescapable event to discover several producers and processors. You may also create your own gourmand rally by visiting produitsdelaferme.com.

Discover the Valley on foot

Mont Pinacle, Coaticook – Baldwin, Eastern Townships.

Hiking enthusiasts, we set the challenge to walk all trails in the region! Those of Forêt Hereford, of Mont Pinacle and parc de la Gorge are best known, but you will be amazed by the beauty a few kilometres long, while discovering other well-kept secrets on trails such as Sentier des moulins in Baldwin, Forêt Témoin in Barnston-Ouest or the linear park in Martinville. Enquire with municipal authorities! For the most adventurous, La Voie des pèlerins offers a 200-km trail throughout the Valley’s 12 municipalities.

Cyclists, grab your bike!

Circuits Frontières, East Hereford, Eastern Township.

Mountain biking enthusiasts, whether beginner or expert, enjoy the experience! Refer to the Cycling map to discover several trails such as Parc de la gorge and Circuits Frontières. FestivAlllezY Jean D’avignon is an inescapable annual event for mountain biking experts. For those who prefer road biking, a 106.5-km loop is suggested throughout the Valley. For cycling with the family, the combined bike-pedestrian 15-km path will take you through the downtown area and fantastic wooded trails alongside the Coaticook River.