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The Tomifobia Nature Trail is fully open! The beaver caused washout at 11.2 km was repaired on May 16.
On a beautiful sunny Sunday in June, more than 120 people gathered at the Tomifobia Restaurant in Beebe to share in a wonderful brunch in a peaceful country setting. A big thanks to Le Tomifobia and its staff who served … Continue reading
Due to spring thaw, a major portion of the trail was seriously damaged between Stanstead Road & Dubé Road. Therefore, a detour will be necessary via Beebe road.
As some of you will have noticed, the trail is open to cross-country skiers (and snowshoers) during the winter period. This provides a unique opportunity to rediscover the splendors of the landscape from a new perspective. You should note, however, … Continue reading
The Frontier Animal Society’s Annual dog walk and fundraiser was held on Saturday, May 25th. The Sentiers Massawippi hosted the group on a section of the Tomifobia Nature Trail from Chemin Embury to Chemin Laflamme. The object was to raise … Continue reading
Our volunteers are proud to announce that the trail is now open. However, we recommend to use caution as there is still debris on the trail that we are in the process of cleaning up. April 24th trail cleaning: Students … Continue reading
In November 2012, the Ogden council had recommended the adoption of new zoning rules, specifically addressed towards the Tomifobia Nature Trail. Those new rules had a number of unacceptable consequences. Among others, they would have forced us to reduce the … Continue reading
Heavy rain in April 2011 caused a major flood of the Tomifobia river, and caused severe erosion of the river bank at km. 10.2 . A major stabilization work was undertaken, under the supervision of Harry Isbrucker, with the help … Continue reading
In November 2011 , after a 3 and a half year saga, Harry Isbrucker, Ron Keymer, and François Ouellette have finished the monument site, with the installation of two historical interpretation panels, commemorating the 1895 railway accident. The project began … Continue reading