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Adapted to people with limited mobility

Some parks are adapted for people with limited mobility. A great way to discover beautiful landscapes and the great outdoors in complete safety.

*Communicate with the business before going there to get all the necessary information.

Parc régional du Mont-Saint-Joseph

Outdoor mecca in Baie-des-Chaleurs

Mont-Saint-Joseph offers an exceptional area for outdoor enthusiasts: 35 km of hiking trails, 24 km of mountain bike trails (including 18 km of single track trails), a climbing wall sanctioned by the FQME, and 20 km of winter trails for fatbike, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and walking in the heart of Carleton-sur-Mer. After your excursion, head to the summit for a night of glamping in one of our geodomes built on a mountainside. Along the way, explore the chapel built in 1935 and our large belvedere, which offers a breathtaking view of Baie-des-Chaleurs. At the Visitor Centre, you will learn more about our history and the Mi'gmaq Nation, for whom Mont Saint-Joseph is an important gathering place.

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Sherby-Story kayaking tour

Sherb-Histoire en kayak ( Sherby-Story kayaking tour)

A zen aquatic experience to discover the history of Sherbrooke by sliding on Lac des Nations and the Magog River. A guided tour in kayak of about 2 hours created by Voyages Mercedes. Including notions of culture, environment, ecotourism and biodiversity.

Canyon Sainte-Anne

WALKING IN PURE NATURE

Discover the spectacular canyon carved out of the 1.2 billion year old rock by a 74 m waterfall, its mini canyon and its giant's kettle. Cross three suspension bridges, one of which is 60 meters high! Fly over the chasm at 50 km/h with AirCANYON and solve the riddles of the Roc-Ambolesque rally. Make fantastic discoveries! A ride for the whole family... including your pet!

Kanatha-aki

Welcome to Kanatha-Aki, Native American philosophy meaning "guardian of the land without borders" in Algonquin. Our center invites you to winter and summer activities, to escape and discover nature in its most beautiful and wilderness to offer! We are professional and passionated family team, we offer various personalized activities with respect for nature and our animals:

We are particularly famous for our winter dog sled rides such as riding excursions and expeditions. Our landscape of wooded mountains will enchant you with its many snow-covered paths.
In summer, we offer you horseback riding which are a good way to commune with the animals.
Our 100% secure zip line course is a must for the whole family. In an enchanting setting above a torrent, you can fill up on sensations.
For adventurers, personalized forest survival courses in all seasons will teach you how to survive in the wild.
Fishing enthusiasts (fly, line, hand and on ice) come and tease the trout from our fish farm.
Curious by nature, our authentic days with a trapper-woodsman will allow you to learn about the way of life of yesteryear.
Finally, you can meet the largest land mammal in North America, the wood bison (Athabascae). Discover the history of this rare specie that survived the Ice Age.
We promise you an amazing experience.

Kinadapt

Meet our 86 huskies

Outdoor Training and Education Center

Locate at 50 minutes from Montreal, Kinadapt aligns it's outdoor activities according to your interest and capacity.  Our certified staff will make you fell good in harmony with Nature.  Meet our 86 huskies and practice, hicking, mountain biking, canicross, snowshoeing, skiing and dogs sledding on our magnificient trails.  
 

Cap Aventure

Unforgettable sea kayaking experience in Gaspésie !

Unique autorized Forillon national Park sea kayaking concessionnary, member of the Marine mammals ecowatch network (ROMM) and Tour operator for good environmental practices. Official site of the Sentier maritime du Saint-Laurent. Admire the majestic panoramas of the Gaspé bay and safely paddle along the Forillon coasts among seals, whales and seabirds : an unforgettable experience! Accompanied by certified guide-interpreters, discover the best Gaspesie has to offer. On-site : sea kayaking basic training, full equipment, observation binoculars. Services : excursions, guided rides, certified sea kayaking lessons, rustic campground, snack bar/dairy bar. Sea kayaking/ whale cruise passes and Inn packages available.

Parc régional des Appalaches

Created in 1997, in the heart of the Appalachian forest, the Appalachian Park spreads over several sectors with their points of interest where we find eskers, waterfalls, peat bogs, mountains, lakes and rivers.

The Appalachian Park is the perfect place for a variety of outdoor activities. With its network of 140 km of hiking trails and cycling, canoeing on lakes and rivers, mountains with exceptional views, archways, accommodation for all tastes. During the winter, snowshoes and scooters are practiced in many areas of the Park. All trails feature sidewalks, lookouts, walkways and shelters, as well as resort amenities such as shelters and rustic or landscaped campgrounds. In addition, access to the trails is free. Come discover the park with your dog friend.

Dogs are not only welcome, but they are also welcome everywhere. Your faithful companion can hike, camp, sleep in a shelter and even take a ride in a canoe or pontoon!
 

Aventure Lac Saint-Jean

On the ice, on the water or in the middle of the forest, we take the time to make you live the unique adventure of nature in all its beauty while focusing on the principles of sustainable development.

We offer black bear observation evenings, discovery cruises on Lac Saint-Jean as well as boat and ice fishing on Lac Saint-Jean.

Aventure Lac Saint-Jean's passionate guides invite you to discover the hidden treasures of the magnificent Lac Saint-Jean, only in small groups at a time to ensure a quality experience.

Parc régional du Massif du sud

Discover the Parc du Massif du Sud and its beautiful region Chauidières-Appalaches. Winter landscapes are magical. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, Hok skiing, and slipping on are in the spotlight. In summer, hiking, mountain biking, hiking, and accommodation in nature (camping, refuge and ready-to-camp) are in the spotlight. The ready-to-camp accommodations provide an opportunity for renewal to reconnect with nature.

The Massif du Sud Regional Park is a must. This outdoor destination stands out for its exceptional environment and the diversity of its recreational offer. Think about it!

Characterized by its mountainous massif reaching 917m above sea level, a vast network of paths crosses the valleys of the park and leads you to surprising panoramas. The old-growth forests, flamboyant in the fall, contrast with the purity of the crystal-clear waters of rivers.

 

 

 

Aventures Plein Air

Live the adventure

Since 2011, Aventures Plein Air is the Laurentian's reference regarding adventure tourism. We welcome every year thousands of adventurers of any ages in a charming and friendly environment. Whether it’s for a long or short stay, we offer them a custom-made stay and great memories!

Arbraska Duchesnay

Arbraska Duchesnay is an aerial adventure circuit offering a breathtaking view of Lac Saint-Joseph!

Located a mere 30 minutes from Québec City, this array of circuits – including a special circuit for youngsters 7 to 11, a 1,000 foot zipline, and an extreme loop for those more daring – will delight young and old alike. Come for an unforgettable aerial experience swinging through the tree tops in tune with nature!

Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles

Ultimate ecotouristic destination 

The Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles is the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors. A unique attraction, this protected wildlife area is the largest in the metropolitan region. What could be more exciting than watching the animal world in its natural habitat?

Admire the flora of the many marshes, islands and shores of this oasis. You can rent a canoe, kayak, rabaska, pedal boat or rowboat. Stroll through the islands of the important Sainte-Rose archipelago and hike the many hiking trails.

Climb aboard the Blue Heron in the company of a naturalist and interpreter guide for a historical and ecological one-and-a-half hour cruise. The site is just as popular in winter with cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sliding, skating and ice fishing. The redevelopment work in the reception area on the banks of the Garrot River is worthy of note; a project that represents a total investment of $10.7 million.

Croisières Baie de Gaspé

Whale-Watching Cruise in Forillon National Park

Come and discover one of Québec’s hidden treasures with Croisières Baie-de-Gaspé: the whales in Forillon National Park.

Enjoy an unforgettable whale-watching cruise aboard the Narval III. A professional bilingual interpreter guide will accompany you during this excursion of approximately 2h30 to tell you more about the various species of whales you will encounter. As many as seven different species can be observed, including blue, fin, humpback and minke whales. Forillon is a particularly good place to see the spectacular humpback whale.

International Appalachian Trail - Quebec GR®A1

650 kilometers of trails

Looking for an adventure which is well-fitted to your tastes and capacities?

Go to the discovery of the first GR® in America, the GR® A1! To explore this long-distance mountain hiking circuit, we offer self-guided hikes in the three territories (Valley, the Chic-Chocs and The Coast) and packages with a guide from 1 to 3 days of walking in the Chic-Chocs section of Gaspésie National Park and the Matane wildlife Reserve recognized as a mecca for hiking in Quebec.

Our hikes range from easy to difficult. They take place on uneven ground, including varying elevation. They are accessible to anyone in good health with basic hiking experience (day hikes).

We also offer services to autonomous hikers on the IAT (car transfer, luggage or food drops).

 

 

Parc régional du Mont-Ham

The most beautiful small mountains in Quebec, now open to the year 7 days a week

Mount Ham Regional Park is a well-known destination for its hiking trails and summit with spectacular views.
Mount Ham dominates the region of its 713 meters above sea level, offering from its summit a panoramic view as one sees nowhere else. All outdoor enthusiasts are satisfied by the different levels of intensity offered. From beginner to expert, the marked trails that crisscross the mountain total 18 km.

At the rocky summit, you will enjoy a 360-degree view of this beautiful hilly region that combines forest and agricultural landscapes. A blow of heart assured.

Camping at the top

Since Mont-Ham is a biological refuge, it is not possible to camp at the summit, except during activities supervised by the park. This is why it is offered to join our organized outings, to enjoy a unique experience for a night at the top of the mountain.

Perfect for children

The Mount Ham Regional Park is home to many schools, as the courses are child-friendly and allow you to reach the summit in a reasonable amount of time. Here is the family activity par excellence! In addition, you will be welcomed by a friendly and joyful team.

 

 

 

Nord Expé

Snowmobile Tours & rental Québec Nord Expé

Nord Expé is an organization specializing in hiking, excursion, snowmobile raid, Nordic expeditions and snowmobile rental from the Quebec City region to the Canadian Far North (Nunavik, Labrador, James Bay).

Our new skidoo experience center in Charlevoix welcomes you in the heart of the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu. Whether it's for a half-day guided hike, a multi-day snowmobile raid on snowmobile trails or off-trail in powder snow, you will be guided by certified professional guides.

Professional training organization, we organize training courses for ORV guides or professional snowmobile users.

Tyroparc

Mountain Adventure Park

Come in and join us for a unique, exciting and safe mountain experience. In a group, alone or with your family, no matter your age or physical condition, an awesome day is waiting for you in the heart of nature.

Matapédia Nature Aventure

From the river to the mountains, live at the rhythm of nature

 Paradise of rivers

At Nature Aventure, you have the options of canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddling in the entire Restigouche River watershed and other rivers of the region. More than 10 rivers can be paddled, thanks to this amazing wild terrain of more than 8000 scare miles. A unique snorkelling activity is also offered so you can appreciate the wild Atlantique salmon in its habitat. An experience you don’t want to miss! In addition, we can guide you on the path of the International Appalachian Trail in the Matapedia Valley section with nights in cabins.                 

All of the activities vary from a few hours to 5 days with or without a qualified guide. Rentals of boats and safety equipment are included with the shuttle. Live the experience!    

Secrets Nordiques

Quebec's snow-touring center 

Starting from our base camp at Mont-Sainte-Anne ski resort, Les Secrets Nordiques can lead you away on a full range of snow tours. Alone, with your family or a group, our team of professional guides and 65 friendly dogs anxiously await you winter or summer for an unforgettable experience in a unique resort.

Outdoor Solidarity Cooperative – Adventure Hélianthe

Outdoor Solidarity Cooperative – Adventure Hélianthe offers nature enthusiasts a range of experiential activities in the DAVIDSON forest in the Pontiac region of the Outaouais.

Our nature outings can be enjoyed during three of the four seasons that we are lucky enough to have in Quebec: spring, fall and winter.

The hikes take place in the heart of Quebec's second largest natural deer ravine on public domain land.

These hiking trails follow the direction of tracks shaped by deer for hundreds of years and thus give access to a mountainous territory shaped by rocky ridges and streams of unsuspected beauty. Isolated lakes surrounded by majestic oak and pine stands.

This is why this environment is conducive to numerous opportunities for wildlife observation. This is why you will feel the calm returning to you and thus, a feeling of fullness will settle in you. Your mind will receive a dose of calm and a "Zen" state will very gradually take hold of you.

Our 50 km of marked trails are narrow and give the impression of an off-trail outing while taking advantage of the safety of the markers and our security and rescue services in remote areas.

The DAVIDSON forest is surrounded by private land that limits access to public land and is very little used.

We offer an expedition network with different levels of difficulty, stops and rest areas. In addition, Cree tents can accommodate you for lodging. You can also take advantage of a guide service to better meet your needs and expectations. The duration of the outings is variable to suit your moments of freedom.

Depending on the season when you go out in the wilderness, the use of hiking equipment such as snowshoes, cross-country skis, and boots with crampons will be required.

To continue to make you dream and to escape from some of the pressures of everyday life, your hikes to our summits and ridges will allow you to appreciate the majestic Ottawa River and a panoply of striking landscapes of the scenery offered by the Ottawa Plain.

The proximity of the river and the mountains brings us climatic variances, which requires adequate preparation before trail departures.

Each person will receive special attention and personalized service in order to maintain our quality standards that you have the right to expect for such outdoor outings.

Upon request, a certified guide service can be provided. This guide will be pleased to guide you along the trails while telling you stories punctuated with information about the past of the Pontiac territory. Thus, when you have completed your outdoor experience, you will be able to leave with a better knowledge of what the Pontiac territory has to offer in terms of geology, geography, fauna and flora.

THE COOP AVENTURE HÉLIANTHE THANKS YOU FOR YOUR VISIT!

Auberge internationale de Rivière-du-Loup

Authentic nature activities 

International Hostel whose activities are geared to the discovery of the Lower St-Lawrence' s marine ecosystem and various Adventure activities. Our main programmes are our educational  classes fleuves Program, ecotours near the Saint-Laurence seashore. Also, bike tours and discovery walks at Île Verte, Bic Provincial Park and Kamouraska.

Contact Nature

Contact Nature is a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and  to enhance natural environments for educational and recreational tourism.

Ice fishing villages

Experience the authentic experience of ice fishing in Saguenay. With hundreds of fishing huts installed each winter, the Anse-à-Benjamin and Grande-Baie sites are transformed into veritable fishing villages on ice.

Outdoor Center Bec-Scie
Bewitching paths, a natural beauty in our colors that lead to absolutely breathtaking landscapes. Whether with family or couple, hiking or by mountain bike, the experience is very rewarding! When the Bec-Scie wears its white coat, you have at your fingertips one of the most beautiful cross-country skiing or snowshoeing centers in Quebec, with its marked trails and shelters. It becomes a relay for snowmobilers, not to mention that its reception room is available for your activities, and all year long.

Camping Jardin de mon Père
Located along the corridor of Rivière-à-Mars, between Chicoutimi and Bas-Saguenay, the campsite enjoys an enchanting site in the heart of Ville de Saguenay. Offering 174 pitches, 80% of which are reserved for tourists, the campsite "Au Jardin de Mon Père" enjoys an excellent reputation among campers. The company has perfected its services by offering various packages in collaboration with tourism stakeholders to provide its customers, the most beautiful attractions, shows and landscapes of  " Saguenay le Fjord ". It radiates thanks to its many services, the quality of its facilities, its cleanliness, its warm welcome and the proximity of the tourist attractions.
 
Okwari Le Fjord
Nothing immerses you more in the universe of the Saguenay Fjord and its surroundings than Okwari Le Fjord. In summer, you will have the opportunity to take a sea kayak ride on the fjord and discover the forest and the city that surrounds it. In winter, try snowshoes, dogsled, or ice fishing on the frozen fjord with our passionate guides. Don’t miss this unique activity in La Baie!
 
Rivière-à-Mars salmon interpretation center
Your perception of salmon will change dramatically after you stop there. All the information and the necessary to fish for salmon and sea trout are there. A must in La Baie for any angler. Enter the world of salmon and sea trout, discover the mysteries! The Rivière-à-Mars salmon interpretation center will help you discover all the charms of this noble king of our waters, salmon. Naturalist guides are on hand to answer all your questions.

Parc de la rivière Batiscan

Nature pure and simple, easy to access.

Just 30 minutes from Trois-Rivières, the Batiscan River Park will charm you whether you are a thrill-seeker or want to relax in nature.  

This park divided into 3 sectors offers many activities such as Via Ferrata, tree climbing, zip lines, canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals (to be determined for the 2021 season), river access, fishing, hiking and even nature interpretation activities guided by biologists.
 
To enhance your stay, camp on one of our intimate and wooded sites or discover our various rental accommodations in our Ready to Camp formula! If you're looking for nature and rusticity, try our new cabins in the Grand-Bassin sector.

Aérosport Carrefour d'Aventures

Aerosport is the first kite school to be created in the Magdalen Islands in 1998 and the first kiteboarding school created in Canada.

Since then, Aerosport has become the reference school in Quebec and Canada in the Magdalen Islands for wind and water sports. Aerosport's mission is to provide its clients with unique experiences, with the help of passionate and professional guides and instructors, in the fields of Kitesurfing, Buggy, Sea Kayaking, SUP (Stand-up-Paddle) and Surfing. Moreover, Aerosport is specialized in the sale and rental of equipment and has a great deal of expertise to advise you judiciously. Aerosport is also established in the village of Oka in the Laurentians since 2014 where the company has the largest store specializing in Sup, Surf and Kayak in Quebec!

 

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