THE MOUNT SINGER
TRAILS

IN ADDITION TO BEING ACTIVE IN THE CONSERVATION COMMUNITY, APPALACHIAN CORRIDOR ALSO MANAGES THE MOUNT SINGER TRAILS IN THE RÉSERVE NATURELLE DES MONTAGNES-VERTES (RNMV).

TRAIL MAP

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

COMMUNITY PATROL

We have established a volunteer patrol program and welcome community members to walk the trails and inspect protected areas managed by Appalachian Corridor. Join our Patrol Team for a dynamic and rewarding experience in the heart of nature! Do you have what it takes to become a patroller? Do you have the following skills/interests?

Are you:
Interested in protecting nature — hiking enthusiast — comfortable and self-sufficient in the forest — keen eye for observation — willingness to help — available at least 6 days per year

» Our Patrol Team is fully staffed right now but we accept applications in case positions become vacant. For more information, please contact David Brisson, RNMV Coordinator at:
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FINANCIAL PARTNERS

THE MOUNT SINGER ACCESS & OUTREACH PROJECT IS AN INITIATIVE LED BY APPALACHIAN CORRIDOR
MANY THANKS TO THE RNMV LANDOWNER: THE NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA
The Mount Singer trail network was made possible thanks to the financial contribution of the project’s main funder: Fondation Hydro-Québec pour l’environnement.
Our thanks extend to the numerous other funders who supported or still support the access & outreach project on Mount Singer, including:

Quebec’s ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune, through the Programme de mise en valeur des ressources du milieu forestier, managed regionally by the Agence forestière de la Montérégie

The Table des MRC de l'Estrie

The federal government through Canada Summer Jobs

The Memphrémagog RCM through its Fonds de développement des territoires (FDT)

Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC)

OTHER PARTNERS

We thank the following partners for their support and collaboration in our various projects:

TRAIL CONDITION

It’s hunting season. THE TRAILS ARE CLOSED :

 

    • from September 21st to October 11, 2019
    • from November 2nd to November 17, 2019
    • from November 23 to December 1st, 2019

 

For you safety, please keep off the trails during these periods. Thanks for your co-operation.

» If you notice any anomaly on our trails, please let us know by contacting:

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