See & Do

Coldbrook Path in Winter

213 Lakeside Road
Brome Lake (Québec) J0E 1V0

450 242-2020

Coldbrook Path in Winter
Coldbrook Path in Winter
Coldbrook Path in Winter
Coldbrook Path in Winter

This pleasant 3.3-km wooded path takes you from the village of Knowlton to Trestle Cove along the shores of Brome Lake, past magnificent lakeside properties and Douglass Beach. Clearly marked and free of any steep hills, this easy linear trail is perfect for the entire family and provides great views of the lake in any season.

In winter, you can go snowshoeing or cross-country skiing and make your way to Douglass beach to head out on the frozen lake. Dogs on a leash are welcome. Motorized vehicles and horses are not permitted. The trail is marked along its length.

Access points
Municipal parking lot: Lakeside Road, in downtown Knowlton
Farmers’ Market: 48 Maple Street, in Knowlton
Douglass Beach parking lot: 213 Lakeside Road (fee charged at all times)


From downtown to the Farmers’ Market: 300 m
From downtown to Douglass Beach: 2.2 km
From Douglass Beach to the Trestle Cove south viewpoint: 1.1 km
From downtown to the Trestle Cove south viewpoint: 3.3 km

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Coldbrook Path in Winter

Rue Crandall,
QC J0E 1V0,