Mont Farlagne

Edmundston, New Brunswick

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The trailhead is located in Edmundston, near the New Brunswick borders of Maine and Quebec. Mont Farlagne is one of the highest peaks in the Edmundston area, and home of the local skill hill. A tour up and down this mountain entails departing from downtown Edmundston, following paved roads to the eastern edges of the city, and then climbing logging roads up the back side of the mountain. After descending the front side of the ski hill, you will end up near Le Sentier Petit Temis, the multi-use trail that follows along the Madawaska River. This loop touches on almost every corner of Edmundston, totaling 13.8 miles over a variety of terrain. Extended climbing on dirt roads and a rocketing descent down the ski hill make this ride best suited to fit intermediate riders.

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"The trailhead is located in Edmundston, near the New Brunswick borders of Maine and Quebec. Mont Farlagne is one of the highest peaks in the Edmundston area, and home of the local skill hill. A tour up and down this mountain entails departing from downtown Edmundston, following paved roads to the eastern edges of the city, and then climbing logging roads up the back side of the mountain.

After descending the front side of the ski hill, you will end up near Le Sentier Petit Temis, the multi-use trail that follows along the Madawaska River. This loop touches on almost every corner of Edmundston, totaling 13.8 miles over a variety of terrain. Extended climbing on dirt roads and a rocketing descent down the ski hill make this ride best suited to fit intermediate riders."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Edmundston
Distance: 13.8
Elevation Gain: 710 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Season: Late May through October
Local Contacts: Jessome's Source for Sports, 506-739-6322.
Local Maps: NTS: Edmundston 21 N / 8. The New Brunswick Atlas, map 21, sections B-3.
Driving Directions: Directions to Mont Farlagne

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