Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises

The marais de la Rivière-aux-Cerises is nestled between the Mount Orford National Park and Lake Memphremagog. The marsh trails: 2.8 km of trails on stilts crossing a bog and a damp forest, 2.8 km of gravel trails that run through a cedar and a maple, 2.8 km of snowshoeing trails; a path dedicated to the observation of wild life. The marsh is home to over 150 bird species. Several observation points and wildlife developments are available to nature lovers. The nature interpretation center presents “De plumes et de bois” exhibition : endangered birds in Québec presented with actual dimensions of the birds at risk, works of Louis St-Cyr, sculptor.


  • Free access to Wi-Fi
  • Scenic view
  • Electric vehicle charging station

Access for people with restricted physical ability

  • Entirely accessible
  • Tourist and leisure companion  no

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