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BUSY ON WEEKENDS

Went on a Sunday and it was super busy but still an easy and enjoyable hike to be enjoyed by the... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2018
mcp63
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Montreal, Canada
Gorgeous view, hike and ambience!

We regularly hike the mountain, it is lovely in all seasons but the fall colors are spectacular. It... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
laurapaul2018
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Compton, Canada
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

Went on a Sunday and it was super busy but still an easy and enjoyable hike to be enjoyed by the whole family.

Thank mcp63
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

We regularly hike the mountain, it is lovely in all seasons but the fall colors are spectacular. It is not too hard a hike, different abilities just take it at different speeds. Wonderful family outing. You can take a picnic to the top or hike and then picnic at the beach. Enjoy!

1  Thank laurapaul2018
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

I really enjoyed the fall colours here. The total hike using Trail 1 then 3 takes about 30 - 45 min to the top on rough rocks but through amazing trails. Take your time by the view points.

Parking is free by the fire station.

Thank Y4Travel
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

Bit of a hike, some areas more steep than others, but the trails are reasonably marked. Once you get to the top, the views are excellent and sitting on the pinacle gives you a great sense of accomplishment and you really take in the beauty. Loved it.

1  Thank pw0867
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Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

Short easy hike, about 45 minutes from the church parking lot. Park at the church beside the little restaurant . We missed it so be careful... many trails to choose from once you get going. You could do all in one day but the main ones are the best for the view. There was a school field trip there when we went but plenty of room for everyone, just s little noisy ! Enjoy it's worth the drive if your reasonably close, we drove 1.5 hours and would do it again!

Thank cornerstoneyyc
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Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

I don't think you can get a better reward for a mere 35 min hike to the top. Super cool views year round. What an excellent job Parc Harold F Baldwin has done preserving this gem for the rest of us to experience. Keep the park local, Coaticook out of Baldwin!

Thank Coaticook
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Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

Ok this is not the green mountains but for beginners or just a nice sunday afternoon hike this place is perfect. Breathtaking views worth the climb

Thank pragmatique01
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Reviewed 15 August 2016 via mobile

Very much enjoyed this "hike". Only about 120 m of vertical but still gets your heart rate up if you walk quickly. Path 1 was tougher than path 4 on the way up. The top is filled with very good views of Lake Lyster below from various angles. Walk around to find your favourite ones.

Grabbed a fantastic milk shake in Ayer's Cliff on the way home.

2  Thank Mahulu
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Reviewed 7 August 2016

It's not easy to find the location and entrance. The best way is to ask a local tourism map in the information center in Parc de la Gorge or downtown Coaticook. BTW, you can taste the famous Coaticook ice cream on Rue Child. The trail is very easy. I saw lots of kids hiked with their parents. However, when you reach the summit, the view is unbelievable.

1  Thank Adam D
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Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

We liked the variety of trails we could use to go at the top. We don't hike regularly but it was do-able, good exercise! Great views.
Also lots of Pokemon on the trail! Haha who would have thought!

Thank Stephanie_MacLeod
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