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Cross country skiing

Glide along the snow on your cross-country skis, on a beautiful tracked trail. Whether you ski the classic way or prefer skating, cross-country skiing is a great outdoor activity for enjoying the world of nature around you. Whether recreational or competitive, Quebec has an extensive trail network for skiers both tall and small. Free skiing or accompanied by a guide, Aventure Écotourisme Québec member outfitters offer a full menu of extraordinary winter cross-country day-trips, and multiday treks too. 

Le Parc régional Montagne du Diable

Destination Outstanding Adventure Vacation

A four season destination, open year round, the regional Park Montagne du Diable is a 100 km 2 playground paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.

Our park offers a wide range of activities including hiking, classic cross-country, skate, Nordic, and hok skiing, snowshoeing, biking, both mountain and fat, canoe / kayak or SUP. Extend your vacation by spending the night in a camp cabin in the Village des Batisseurs at the foot of the mountain or a day shelter or log cabin at the summit.

Our new welcome center pavilion offers all amenities to ensure a comfortable and pleasurable visit.

Kenauk Nature

Five stars. Four seasons. A unique moment!

A 100 sq. mile protected domain located north of the Ottawa River, and only 1.5 hours from either Ottawa or Montreal! Kenauk Nature is one of North America’s largest and longest-established private fish and game reserves, boasting more than 60 lakes within its borders. We offer a variety of adrenaline and zen activities: canoeing, kayaking, floating sauna, stand up paddle board, rock climbing and many more. Experience the Canadian wilderness firsthand and relax on your own private dock, watch the sun set and listen to the call of loons!

 

Base de plein air de Ste-Foy

Your nature area in Quebec City !

The Base Plein Air Ste-Foy, a very unique place to practice your outdoor activities! Come with friends or family for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, SUP, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tube sliding, archery, nature watching and more. You want to organize an event, a family party or an activity with your office colleagues, we have rooms, sites and a dynamic team that will make your activity a real success.

GUEPE

Live, discover and understand nature in the outdoors!

Are you dreaming of outdoors, and being able to escape from your daily routine to a location close to home or work?

GUEPE is ready to make you live a unique experience with its outdoor activities! Thanks to its passionate team of naturalists who will enhance your experience of discovering nature in a variety of sites.

Exciting activities available such as :
- Kayakin or rabaska canoe excursions with a naturalist on the Rivière des Prairies
- Cross-country skiing lesson in nature parks
- Nature interpretation in hiking trails

The rental of outdoors equipment are available at different locations :
- Cross-country skis and snowshoeing in nature parks
- Fatbikes, bicycles

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.

Summit for rent

For a night, with family or friends, enjoy a unique wild camping experience at the top of the mountain. You can form a group of 15 people or more and ask for the exclusivity of the summit to take full advantage of this extraordinary experience.

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.

 

 

 

Tourisme Sept-Îles

Operating on Île Grande Basque and at the Lac des Rapides Outdoor Centre, Tourisme Sept-Îles offers guided and self-guided interpretation and hiking activities, as well as camping accommodations and watercraft rentals (canoe, kayak, pedal boat, SUP). On foot or on the water, discover the natural and heritage richness of these two typically north-coastal sites!

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!

École internationale d'étude de la terre

International School for Earth Studies

Private leadership development school promoting education that bridges youth, nature and the land. Through experiential learning that blends elements of animal husbandry, environmental awareness and outdoor adventure students explore Earth-based studies and non-motorized outdoor recreation in a nurturing, challenging and inspiring milieu.

Chalets et Villégiature de la rivière Daaquam

All season adventure in the Appalachians

In the heart of the Appalachian Regional Park, 115 km southwest of Québec City, Daaquam Outfitters and Resort offers wilderness vacations all year round. There is snowmobiling, dogsledding, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, safaris and more. We also offer 4-star service, dining and accommodations.

 

 

 

 

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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Parc naturel régional de Portneuf


The Regional Natural Park of Portneuf, a large territory where you can practice a multitude of outdoor activities. The exceptional geomorphological attractions make this territory a place of observation, recreation and unique learning! Navigate by canoe, kayak or paddle board, explore the Devil's Hole cave, enjoy a stay in a cabin, in a ready-to-camp tent or a shelter, outdo yourself on the ski trails. snowshoeing and snowshoeing, enjoy a night in nature in one of our rustic camping sites or browse our network of more than 70 km of hiking trails! Administered by a social economy enterprise, the park allows you to visit an exceptional territory and contribute to the preservation and enhancement of it. Your dogs are allowed, always leash, all over the territory and in some accommodations.
 

Les Traversées de la Gaspésie

Les Traversées de la Gaspésie offers two unforgettable week-long outdoor events in the enchanting panorama of Gaspésie. These unique sporting, cultural, gastronomic and festive gatherings during which human relations are at the heart of the adventure bring together outdoor enthusiasts from all around the world. In winter, put on your cross-country skis or snowshoes to discover a land of mountains and sea wrapped in white, while autumn is the time to put on your hiking boots whilst the colors are at their peak. Offering a different course each year, the TDLG is a real dive into the local culture and a must year after year. Join the adventure!

Centre de la côte Boisée- Groupe Plein Air Terrebonne

For 30 years now, the Groupe Plein Air Terrebonne has been offering the population the opportunity to learn outdoor sports in an affordable and friendly manner. A non-profit organization, GPAT's activities are aimed at young and old alike, summer and winter. Come visit us and, like us, have fun outdoors all year round!

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, snowmobile 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 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.

 

 

 

Karavaniers

Adventure packages

Life should be simple 

Karavaniers: adventure packages, 70 destinations, 7 to 35 days, hiking, sea kayaking, mountaineering. Also: family, school, fundraising and private trips.

D-Tour

EXPERIENCE MONT-TREMBLANT!

Discover Mont-Tremblant with our private guide service, our tailor-made activities and our guided tours.  Experience e-biking (electrically-enhanced bike). Go hiking or snowshoeing in the heart of the Laurentian forest. Explore the beautiful network of bike and fat bike trails. Jump on board D-Tour shuttle for a day in the great outdoors in Mont-Tremblant National Park. Enjoy the enchanting playground of Domaine Saint-Bernard on your cross-country skis. And much more! Enjoy an experience customized to your needs, your expectations and tastes. Let go … Relax … Have fun … We take care of all the details!

Carbure Aventure

Carbure Aventure is managing the activities on Base de plein air André-Nadeau, on which it offers snow tubing, fatbike and snowshoe rentals, aswell as animated activites for families. The organism also offers specialised outdoor summer camps about outdoor adventure and mountain biking. These camps, based at Mont-Bellevue, built the reputation of the team, equally by the quality and innovation of the services. Dynamism, cooperation, education and innovation are at the core of our identity.  

 

Parc linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord

Try walk, run, ride, ski, try… slowing down!

The P'tit Train du Nord is responsible for the development and management of the 234 km multifunctional trail between Mont-Laurier and Bois-des-Filion. From historic railway stations to scenic villages, cycle tourists and other active users can travel on asphalt (65%) or stone dust, enjoying both natural beauty and gourmet breaks. In winter, there is also cross-country skiing over 40 km.

Our mission is to improve active transportation in the Laurentians and develop sports and social uses. We are linked to Route Verte bike paths and 24,000 km of the Great Trail. Together, we are working for the harmonious future of this infrastructure and we are ensuring its sustainability.

 

Parc régional des Grèves

The Regional Park of Strikes carries the project to create a park accessible to all, in an exceptional natural space. Composed of a mixed forest, a century-old pine forest, and several peat bogs, this territory which borders the banks of the St. Lawrence offers an astonishing variety of ecosystems where territorial conservation and outdoor activities complement each other. T

o enhance your visit, you will enjoy:     

  • two reception positions (Contrecoeur sector and Sorel-Tracy sector) open from 9 am to 5 pm in the year 
  • kilometers of hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails     
  • a 1.4 km elevated walkway     
  • a walk on the river    
  • an observatory on a peat bog pond     
  • nature and heritage interpretation stations     
  • picnic areas     
  • an asphalt forest running ring on 1.2 km     
  • Espace Champlain, family site par excellence where our slide on snow (sheltered by a century-old pine forest) is close to snowshoe trails, winter walking trails, cross-country ski trails, the mini farm and the hebertism circuit     
  • an ice rink     
  • free access to the park ...

We will also offer you the following services like renting equipment and varied accommodation, food service. Looking forward to seeing you!

 

Parc régional Kiamika

An exceptional place for exceptional moments!

Located less than 200 km from Montreal, the Kiamika Regional Park is a well-kept secret that surprises by its splendour and its wild aspect! With a surface area of 184 km², the park contains an immense body of water of about sixty square kilometres comprising a dozen lakes and about forty islands and islets, including the large White Partridge Island and the small Partridge Island.

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.

Parc Régional du Bois de Belle-Rivière

An enchanting site for the whole family 

The Bois de Belle-Rivière Regional Park, located in the heart of the Mirabel region, welcomes you in an enchanting setting summer and winter. Here you can enjoy hiking on our many forest trails, cycling, fishing in the pond, disc golf on our 18-basket course, and take advantage of our swimming facilities including our Naya pool and water games or have a picnic.

Also, come skate on our exceptional ice trail in the maple grove or go tubing from the top of our lookout. In addition, we welcome your canine friends on our trails, in our incredible 50,000 square foot dog park and in some of our shelters. You'll have a great time. 

Gatineau Plein Air

Gatineau plein air Outaouais, a project of the Musée du patrimoine brassicole régional des brasseurs du temps is an NPO specializing in offering urban, peri-urban and remote outdoor activities. We offer guided tours by canoe, rabaska, kayak, bicycle, on foot or any other mode of active transportation. The routes, which vary in difficulty and duration, incorporate an important heritage dimension, whether it be the natural or cultural heritage of the region. Our guides are outdoor and heritage specialists.

The activities are primarily concentrated around the city of Gatineau and the National Capital Region, highlighting their magnificent rivers, to extend throughout the Outaouais region. The Ottawa River is itself a river of recognized historical importance in Quebec.

Whether it's a group experience in rabaska on the Gatineau River to discover ancient Aboriginal sites, or a canoe trip down the rapids in areas where the wildlife is most diverse, or a mountain bike tour of the Mackenzie King Estate in Gatineau Park, Gatineau Outdoor is there to help you discover the beauties of the Outaouais region in complete safety and according to the best outdoor practices in Canada.

Abitibi Base Camp

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone!

Abitibi Base Camp is a company in adventure, sport and outdoor tourism. She specializes mainly in rock and ice climbing discovery and training as well as in the development of infrastructures for the practice of this discipline. The company provides a wide range of services: guides, trainers, facilitators, equipment rental and infrastructure development, all across the greater Abitibi-Témiscamingue region.

Parc régional de la Rivière-du-Nord

Discovering the Rivière-du-Nord and its Wilson Falls... The park offers a multitude of outdoor activities in all seasons!

The Parc régional de la Rivière-du-Nord is a place known for its cultural heritage landscape. The park offers its visitors a site of predilection for the practice of a multitude of outdoor activities in all seasons. Interpretation trails will guide visitors to the falls and the remains of the former pulp mill. Hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, rabaska, kayaking, picnicking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, walking on snow, are just a brief list of the activities also offered. Water games, hebertism trail and obstacle course are offered for young and old.

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