Hiking

Parc des Appalaches

Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard • Montmagny and the islands
Du sommet du Mont Sugar Loaf
Randonnée pédestre
Randonnée pédestre
Randonnée pédestre - sommet Mont Sugar Loaf
Mont Sugar Loaf
Du sommet du Mont Sugar Loaf
Cascades de la Loutre
Cascades de la Loutre
Passerelle Langue de Chatte
Randonnée estivale
La passerelle de la Devost
Randonnée famille
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Description

In a few words

The Parc régional des Appalaches offers a wide array of activities all year for the whole family. c See the waterfalls of the Cèdres stream and Devost river, the rushing waters of the Loutre River and the park's bogs. Take in the breath-taking view at the top of Sugar Loaf and Grande Coulée Mountains. Cross the Noire Nord-Ouest and its meanders using the suspended footbridges, or by canoe, kayak, pontoon or Rabaska. In the winter, snowshoeing and sleds are very popular. For a completely different night time experience, sleep in a shelter or tent. Access to the trails is free and dogs on a leash are allowed. Shuttle service available upon reservation. Rentals of watercraft in summer and snowshoes in winter.

For Real!

Stéphanie Charland, Parc des Appalaches

Certifications et distinctions

    • Grand Prix Régional - 2009
    • Grand Prix Régional - 2014

    Schedule and prices

    Prices

    Free.

    Articles (2)

    Articles

    Active Nature 3 days of independent hiking in the Appalachian Park

    This summer, we bought our first house. A three-seater tent, very light. Enough to carry everywhere, on our backs. We also bought the mattress, the sleeping bag, the bowl, dehydrated food. The important thing: everything had to go into the backpack. So, only one plan was missing, a real hike.

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