Tresor Trail

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Tresor Trail (527)

Tresor Trail (527)

4° 34′ 44″ N, 52° 14′ 36″ W

The Tresor Trail (Sentier Trésor) is named after the Trésor mine, which was used for many years for its deposits of gold, then abandoned. The few remnants of this operation are outside of the reserve. Being a voluntary nature reserve, managers are…

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Description

The Tresor Trail (Sentier Trésor) is named after the Trésor mine, which was used for many years for its deposits of gold, then abandoned. The few remnants of this operation are outside of the reserve. Being a voluntary nature reserve, managers are committed to open it to the public and to conduct an awareness policy. Also the plants that you find along the trail are clearly described on little plaques.

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4° 53′ 6″ N, 52° 15′ 47″ W

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