No need to spend a fortune on equipment, travel and trail fees to access nature. Even the smallest purse can enjoy nature’s bounty…
Here is a selection of regional parks in Quebec where you can hike and/or bike for FREE in summer and snowshoe, fatbike or cross-country skiing in winter!
Other services can be offered within the regional parks for a fee ($).
The park has easy to intermediate level hiking trails with impressive elevation changes offering a breathtaking view of Lake Matapedia and the valley. In total, 7 loops from 1.4 km to 6.4 km dedicated to hiking in addition to 50 km of trails and roads offer mountain biking.
The fall of the Wolf River is undoubtedly one of the most photographed attractions of the city! At a height of 33 meters, it sprays the imagination of those who take the footbridge across the river or observe from below the broths that flow in a deafening din.
9 km of hiking trails as well as rest and picnic areas invite you to relax and discover.
Located on the site of the La Gabelle hydroelectric power plant, the park offers a network of hiking trails where you can admire art nature sculptures scattered throughout the park. Go to the lookout that will give you a breathtaking view of the St-Maurice River and the unique Art Deco power plant.
D’ailleurs une passerelle surélevée de 1.4 km permet de réunir les deux secteurs du parc autrement inaccessible à cause de la présence de milieux humides. Ce qui bonifie considérablement le potentiel du réseau de sentiers de randonnée pédestre 4 saisons avec une boucle de 10 km.