Centre De La Nature De Farnham - Hiking

Centre de la nature de Farnham - Hiking

Cantons-de-l'Est, Quebec


Difficulty Easy
Distance 2 KM




The Nature Centre Farnham is a semi-urban park open to all. He has several habitats develop a rich flora and fauna and diverse. These habitats are accessible through trails and the facilities (fishing area, observatory, interpretive signage, rest area, etc.) putting within reach the riches it contains. The Nature Centre is accessible to the whole family since it has variable lengths of trails. Moreover, it is located at the finish of the bike path and it has a parking for bicycles and cars. It is therefore emerging as an essential stop for cyclists, hikers and other nature lovers. The Nature Centre is located on the Yamaska ​​Street East, bordering the Yamaska ​​River


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Rating and comments

Robert Peterson
Robert Peterson
Toujours plaisant et relaxant d'allez prendre une marche au plein air dans les sentiers de la nature. Déconnecté un peu de la technologie et de ville quelques instants ça fais toujours un peu de bien. Un seul B-molle les tiques faut surveiller ça et porté une attention particulière à cause de la maladie de Lyme.
Jennifer Anderson
Jennifer Anderson
Nice place to go fishing
Valerie Barrett
Valerie Barrett
Un bel endroit au coeur de Farnahm. Dommage que les installations dans les sentiers soient laissés à l'abandon. Cela dit, la nature et la rivière rende l'endroit interessant pour une petite marche santé.
Elsie P. Hunt
Elsie P. Hunt
Endroit un peu délabré, pas de carte des sentiers, les sentiers ne sont pas balisés. Pas de toilettes. Gratuit par contre.
Dennis Wallace
Dennis Wallace
Ok walk in the woods. However there were area that had swarms of mosquitoes and most of the bridges and lookouts were barred off due to their deplorable state.

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