This hillock, rich in history, used to form a small island in the former Ojibway-Barlow Sea more than 8,500 years ago. Its vast rocky land is dotted with small jack pines. The trail runs through a fabulous river of rocks. Thousands of years ago, when the Ojibway-Barlow Sea still covered the area, the ice sheets moving towards the island carried huge rocks in the wintertime. In the summertime, the waves swept small rocks and sand away from the island.
Departing from La Sarre, follow Route 393 South, then turn left on 2e-et-3e Rang, to Colombourg. When you reach the village, turn right on chemin Langlois, then left on chemin du Petit un. The 1.7 km drive takes you directly to the parking lot.
|Lenght of the hiking trail network:||4 km|
|Lenght of the snowshoeing trail network:||4 km|
|Number of hiking trails:||1|
|Number of snowshoeing trails :||1|
|Average visit duration:||2 h|
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