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Tomifobia Nature Trail

Ayer's Cliff, Quebec, Canada
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Nice walk

the park is very nice and very quiet is a good place to visit in the area and the walk is easy and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
txellbarcelona2016
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Barcelona, Spain
Ayer's Cliff Bike Rental Caput

We hoped to rent bikes for this trail but despite an active website the business is gone, so if you... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
burdster
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Vancouver, Canada
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  • Very good39%
  • Average9%
  • Poor3%
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“the river” (5 reviews)
“easy walk” (2 reviews)
“nature trail” (2 reviews)
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Ayer's Cliff, Quebec, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago

the park is very nice and very quiet is a good place to visit in the area and the walk is easy and you can do it in 1 hour. Of course you can do additional wals in the park and make your visit longer

Thank txellbarcelona2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We hoped to rent bikes for this trail but despite an active website the business is gone, so if you want to ride you must have your own bikes. We walked for a few km but it was utterly featureless.

Thank burdster
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a lovely trail, well-maintained and free to access. It is flat and easy to cycle, with some spots along the river and under a canopy of trees.

Thank Diane W
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

We had one of the loveliest rides of my bicycling life this afternoon, through a gentle, cool forest along the bubbling, sparkling Tomofobia River. The trail is an easy 12.5 miles (slightly downhill from Stanstead QC to Ayers Cliff QC, presumably slightly uphill the way...More

Thank swedishivy2013
Reviewed 25 July 2017

We made the 71 km from Ayer's Cliff, Quebec to Newport, Vermont back and forth. What an amazing ride!! Nice start with columns of pine trees , then following the Tomifobia river with train ponds (it is an old track), swamps (bring your Watkins cream!),...More

Thank MartinM_1976
Reviewed 15 June 2017 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 3 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
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