Mount Pinnacle is just a few kilometers from the Nature Discovery Park. Hike 3 kilometers to the top of the mountain, the top of the mountain is 675 m (2,215 feet) above sea level, and you can enjoy the spectacular scenery.
There are several options of 2 to 3 km for the return trip.
Other starting point option:
You can park your car at Nature Discovery Park, and follow the Mills Trail to Baldwin Village, then follow the Pinnacle Mountain Trail. From there, it's a 7 km round trip.
Things not to be missed
Hikers can take advantage of a pedestrian network of approximately 8 km. Several trails lead to the summit of Mount Pinnacle. A trail map can be found at several locations in Harold F. Baldwin Park. This is an excellent choice for a short family hike!
Where to stay?
For anyone who wants to try the activities one at a time and finds that one day is not enough, there is a possibility of finding a shelter.
There are large cottages with over 165 feet of sandy shoreline, campgrounds, lodges, inns and plenty of other accommodations that will connect you to nature and are located on the very pretty and clean Lyster Lake in Coaticook.
We are going to present our three favorites right away:
Camping du Lac Lyster is located in the Eastern Townships of Coaticook, and invites you to the center of the green hills on 60 acres, facing Lake Lyster and its majestic Mount Pinnacle.
Chalets near the beach of Lake Lyster in Coaticook. It is a warm and friendly cottage that can accommodate up to 12 people.
Jackalope Loft is one of the best accommodations. It is a private paradise for nature lovers.