ADMISSION TO THE RESERVE,

SINGER SECTOR

DAY TICKET

FOR CASUAL HIKERS!

ANNUAL ACCESS CARD

FOR FANS OF MOUNT SINGER!
The Day Ticket gives you access for one day to the Mount Singer trails of the RNMV (Potton).

DAY TICKET

$6 /person /day*

*$6 per adult per day, while admission is free for under 18 years old accompanied by an adult with a valid Day Ticket or an Annual Access Card to the Mount Singer sector. The Day Ticket is valid for one day.

This card is valid for one year and gives you access to all 20km of trails in the Mount Singer area (access via Potton).

INDIVIDUAL CARD

$25 / person / year*

FAMILY CARD

$35 / family / year

*Valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children under 18 years old.

Buy your access card online

Tickets and cards



Buy your ticket online or in person at the Potton Tourist Information Office or at the Appalachian Corridor office (37 des Pins Sud, Eastman, QC, J0E 1P0)

ARE YOU A POTTON RESIDENT?

GET THE ANNUAL ACCESS CARD FREE AT THE POTTON TOURIST OFFICE (4, RUE DES PINS, MANSONVILLE) UPON PRESENTATION OF PROOF OF RESIDENCY.

TERMS OF USE

The holder of a Day Ticket or Annual Access Card to the Mount Singer area of the RNMV agrees to abide by all laws and regulations in effect. Anyone who contravenes laws and regulations is liable to penalties ranging from contraventions to evictions or civil suits.
The Day Ticket and Annual Access Card are non-refundable and non-transferable. The practice of hiking involves risks and dangers. The ticket or card holder agrees to assume full responsibility for any damages of any nature that he may suffer and/or cause to others, and undertakes to release the landowner, the Nature Conservancy of Canada, and the land manager, Appalachian Corridor, of any responsibility in the matter.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911

RULES

RÉSERVE NATURELLE DES MONTAGNES-VERTES

Appalachian Corridor (reserve manager) works with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (reserve owner) as well as several key partners to ensure the protection of this land, which is a precious legacy for future generations.

 

The territory of the réserve naturelle des Montagnes-Vertes (RNMV) features extraordinary ecological richness and includes more than 7400 ha of protected areas. Like other nature reserves in Quebec, a number of uses and activities are permitted, such as hiking within the trail network, while others are prohibited.

 

For more information on the regulations in force in the réserve naturelle des Montagnes-Vertes (RNMV), see the Hiker’s Code of Ethics.

LIST OF PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES

  • Dogs are not allowed
  • It is forbidden to feed animals
  • Picking plants and mushrooms is forbidden
  • Off-road vehicles and bicycles are prohibited
  • Swimming is prohibited
  • Hunting and fishing are reserved exclusively for the Fullerton Pond Fishing & Hunting Club (contact the RNMV Coordinator if you wish to join the club)
  • Campfires and fires of all types are forbidden.
  • Camping is prohibited (there is only one designated area in the reserve where Leave No Trace camping is allowed whilst fires remain prohibited throughout the reserve. For more info contact Les Sentiers de l’Estrie at 819 864-6314)

ACCESS POINT

The Singer sector of the réserve naturelle des Montagnes-Vertes (RNMV) is located in the Township of Potton, near the village of Mansonville.
From Highway 10, take Exit 106 then Route 245 South. This road ends at the village of South Bolton at the T junction with Route 243. Turn left on Route 243 and continue on this road towards the village of Mansonville.
Just before reaching the heart of the village, turn right on West Hill Road. Continue on West Hill Road all the way to the T junction (6.4 km) and turn right onto Ruiter Brook Road. Follow this unpaved road for 4.5 km. The trail entrance will be on your right.