Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises
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Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises 

69, chemin Roy
Magog (Qc), Canada
J1X 0N4
Eastern Townships
The Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises is a great site to explore! As a couple, family or with your dog, come make some fine discoveries by walking the 8.4 km of trails crossing various ecosystems. Minutes from downtown Magog, in addition to the trails, an observation tower, a large picnic area and the longest covered bridge on stilts in Quebec, come discover everything the marsh has to offer in all seasons. The trails are easily accessible and free via Roy Road or the Du Moulin parking lot. Come learn about the marsh by visiting the interpretation centre. Guided visits of the marsh by kayak are offered in July and August.

69, chemin Roy
Magog (Qc), Canada
J1X 0N4

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On-site activities
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Bird Watching    
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Guided Tours    
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Wildlife Observation    
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Botanical Observation    
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Interpretation