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It’s Time to Get Paddling

Updated 17 avril 2017

Spring is finally here and so is our hankering to get out on the rivers! Whether you are seeking extreme thrills or a lighter expedition that is just as invigorating, we have lots of ideas for you.

Make sure your paddles are securely in place and get going

With thousands of lakes and rivers, Quebec has an international reputation as a choice destination for fans of water sports. Springtime, when the level of water in the rivers is high, is the perfect time to go kayaking, rafting or canoeing. The Jacques-Cartier River, the Rouge River, the Matawin River and the Lachine Rapids are some of the iconic waterways. If you were looking for somewhere more peaceful, there are plenty of quiet rivers where you can paddle along the shore as you admire spectacular scenery and even watch marine mammals. For a refreshing and enlightening trip, see our offers.


Choose the spot of your dreams

Spring is the season to start planning your next outdoor vacation. As a preview, discover the best of Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean on a kayaking expedition that can last a few hours or up to a few days. With its dizzying cliffs, the Saguenay Fjord is surrounded by breathtaking scenery. You’ll also get to see many species of marine mammals.

Let the Charlevoix and Québec City regions sweep you off your feet with their country charm and mountain trails. And while you’re there, have a go at one of the most beautiful via ferrata courses in the province!

And why not go on a trip around the Gaspésie and Bas-Saint-Laurent regions? Going for a paddle in the archipelago of the Bic National Park or along the legendary Percé Rock is a unique and unforgettable experience. What’s more, the Chic-Choc Mountains and the International Appalachian Trail are heavenly spots for hiking enthusiasts.