The Circuits Frontières are located in Appalachia in a beautiful mountainous part of the Eastern Townships at the border with the United States. The trails are at the foot of Mount Hereford, 860m high. The scenery is breathtaking!
The network has about 38 km of single track and 17 km of double track for a total of 55 km trails.
A major project of ADSVMQ began in 2007 and has added 30 kms from singletrack to the network.
Trails are technically quite easy and very well to initiate beginners. For their part, the intermediate and expert will appreciate the fluidity of trails. By cons, there is a lot of rise and it is quite demanding on the cardio.
** Please note that for the moment there is no drinking water available. Bring your water **
A bike wash is located on the other side of the street between the court and the ice rink.
The most current card is on MTBproject.com more you'll be able to download maps and loops suggestions.
The boundaries circuits are also hosted one of the most popular of the season Raids: Raid Jean D'Avignon
CAUTION: crossed rivers in Spicy and especially in Zen and The Valloneuse are dangerous in water floods. While assessing the current before crossing after heavy rain! For Zen, you can get off the Belleville farm to half of the path if the river is too high.
You can find more information there: http://www.velo.qc.ca/rep_sentiers/sentier.php?ID=54