Hiking & Walking Trails
Many trails can be found throughout the property, including a trail around the lake.
A canoe, kayak, row boat and old paddle boat are provided to give you a great view of the property from the lake.
Take a swim in our natural lake that is fed by mountain springs and rivers.
For those who fly fish, try your luck at catching our native brook trout which reach up to a plump 21 inches.
Fly fishing rights are available for an additional fee.
Hike the Scotch Cap
With great views and just 10 minutes from Trout Lake, the Scotch Cap is a short and easy nearby hike for all levels.
After a walk of 30 to 45 minutes, you will discover a magnificent view which can be appreciated from two separate viewpoints. The first offers a view of the Appalachians (White Mountains) and the second, the Joncs, Spider and Megantic lakes.
Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
With the various trails that can be found throughout the property, put on your skis or your snowshoes, and enjoy some exercise in the woods.
Nearby Mount Megantic also offers groomed trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Alpine skiing at Sugarloaf (Maine, USA)
For those who prefer downhill skiing, Maine's magnificent Sugarloaf Mountain is about an hour away and offers some of the best skiing in the East.