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  1. Tomifobia River - Wikipedia › wiki › Tomifobia_River

    Tomifobia Nature Trail. Located at fifteen minutes by car from Magog, Quebec, the "Tomifobia Nature Trail" with a length of 19 kilometres (12 mi) links the Lake Massawippi (either Ayer's Cliff, Quebec) to Beebe Plain, Vermont along the west bank of the Tomifobia river, through Stanstead, Quebec which is located before the border Quebec-Vermont.

    • Canada
    • Quebec
    • 10.8 km (6.7 mi)
    • Estrie
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