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Ayer's Cliff Attractions: What to do in Ayer's Cliff
"The Tomifobia Nature Trail / Sentier Nature Tomifobia is a 19-kilometer path built on a railroad bed that connects Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec to Stanstead and Beebe, Quebec, which are just over the border from another trail in Vermont. The use in French of the word “Sentier” instead of the more usual “Pis..."te” is indicative of the woodlands nature of the trail. It is composed of hard-packed dirt and pea gravel and is therefore not recommended during the spring thaw and after heavy rain. Some stretches have loose gravel with sharp edges, so I would recommend puncture-resistant tires and perhaps not using a road bike (even though I saw some). My hybrid did fine.
The trail is mainly flat, but rises slightly as you head south particularly as you near Stanstead. I would recommend that you start in Ayer’s Cliff and ride south. Ayer’s Cliff has a big parking lot behind the tourist office where Rue Main (Rte. 141) from the south bears left and Rue Tyler goes straight. There are also a grocery store...
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