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22 June 2024

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40, Chemin du Mont Owl’s Head
Mansonville (Québec) J0E 1X0 Canada

Bike

Ride the most beautiful bike routes the Eastern Townships has to offer.

Bike through the Potton Township while discovering the picturesque landscapes of Potton, Mansonville, and Owl’s Head.

With 5 paths, 4 of which are gravel and 3 of which cross the mountain and the Club Haus, the Potton Township cycling route is a must for road and gravel cycling enthusiasts.

The Adventurer

 

This 33km path with an elevation gain of 475m is a challenge that is mainly run on gravel. You will cross the mountain and the Golf Club which will make you want to take a break and refresh yourself at the Club Haus. Further on, the circuit will take you along Lake Memphremagog via the aptly named Panorama Road. Take in the breathtaking views of the lake and the picturesque environment.

Owl’s Head for Families

 

As the name suggests, the Owl’s Head Family Tour is perfect for the whole family. With a distance of 7km and 170m of elevation gain, this tour will take you from the mountain to Mansonville Beach, a great destination to stop and soak your feet in the water before heading back on the road! You’ll continue along Owl’s Head Road as it slopes upward to the end of the trail.

The Potton Tour

 

A longer and more challenging tour, the Potton Tour is designed for experienced cyclists looking for a challenge. This 45km long tour with a 699m elevation gain starts and ends at the base of the mountain. On your way, you will cross Vale Perkins, the Missisquoi North River, Mansonville, and Potton before returning to the mountain. Not only is this a challenging route for cyclists, but it also provides access to the best views of Owl’s Head, Lake Memphremagog, and the surrounding mountains. A great ride for any cyclist who wants to challenge themselves physically while getting a change of scenery.

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