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).

 

For your safety, please be mindful that sanitary restrictions and deconfinement health measures set out by Rando Québec apply.

 

TRAIL MAP

TRAILS

TRAIL CONDITIONS

For your safety, Rando Quebec’s deconfinement hike measures apply.

 

Maintenance is planned on the trails this summer. Our goal is to provide safe trails, to make your hiking experience more enjoyable.

 

Don’t forget to buy your daily ticket or annual access card.
As a charity, we also accept donations.

TRAIL ACCESS

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.

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

Quebec's ministère des Affaires municipales et de l’Habitation through the Fonds d’appui au rayonnement des régions (FARR)

The Table des MRC de l'Estrie

The federal government through Canada Summer Jobs

Quebec's ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur through the Programme de soutien à la mise à niveau et à l’amélioration des sentiers et des sites de pratique d’activités de plein air (PSSPA)

Rando-Québec through the Programme d'Aide au Développement des Lieux de Marche (PADÉLIMA)

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: