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Melt Period: The Mont Pinacle and Gorge trails in Coaticook are closed

Melt Period: The Mont Pinacle and Gorge trails in Coaticook are closed

in the fresh air. Although it may be tempting to don your best hiking boots to hike the hiking trails at Mount Pinnacle and Coatecock Gorge Park, both organizations recently announced the closure of these trails due to the winter thaw.

This closure period is necessary to maintain the safety of the trails. During this, the Earth becomes very unstable and therefore very fragile. “The ground becomes softer during periods of thaw and the trails are often muddy. In addition, visitors walking through the mud can deform the ground, which will then freeze and make the deformation permanent. “Therefore, to ensure the good condition of the trails for next year and to ensure the Enjoyable for our visitors, we are closing the trails during this time,” Harold F. Baldwin Park wrote on its social media. A similar message can be seen on the pages of Coaticook Gorge Park, which was addressed by Coaticook City Councilor Vincent Brochu. “The load-bearing capacity of the trails is almost at capacity.” None during this period. Walking there hurts them badly. “Be respectful and control yourself,” the elected official said during the March 11 council meeting.

Specific dates for reopening have not yet been announced. They say everything will depend on the temperature in the coming weeks. We are aiming for the end of April or beginning of May.

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