Snowshoeing in an enchanting environment  

Located in the Parc des Sommets de Bromont, the Lake Gale network sector offers 17 km of ungroomed trails that will please all snowshoeing enthusiasts. Perfect for beginners and intermediate hikers. The viewpoint at the top of Mount Gale is particularly popular, with Lake Gale below and the Appalachian Mountains in the distance to the south.

The Mountain Network is also a fine option with its three summits (Bernard, Spruce and Horizon) accessible in winter.

You can rent your equipment at the Town of Bromont and at Bromont, montagne d’experiences (BME).

The circuits may vary according to snow conditions. Please refer to the hiking categorie for our 4 seasons ininerary suggestions.

Plan your outing well; Bring some food and a hot beverage, you don’t want to be caught off guard by the length of the outing.

The trails are well marked but it’s a good idea to download the free “ONDAGO” locator applications on your smart phone.

Access to the trails is free for Bromont residents (proof of residence required via Bciti). The fee for non-Bromont residents is donated to the organization Les Amis des Sentiers who are the only ones to ensure the sustainability of the trails in Bromont by seeing to their protection, maintenance and development.

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