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Regional parks

Outdoor enthusiasts, get ready to enjoy the generous nature of Quebec’s regional parks. From hiking to snowshoeing, mountain biking to kayaking, canoeing to fishing and interpretation centers to kids’ playgrounds, the regional parks offer you a natural, healthy and accessible environment.

Our parks represent more than 200 magnificent natural areas which offer you a multitude of 4 season activities ideal for tourists, local nature-lovers and families.

Make it last longer and have the pleasure of staying in a campground, a cabin or a chalet surrounded by this wild and peaceful environment.

 

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.

 

 

 

Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook

Outdoor activity center

Between sky and earth 

An incredible outdoor center : 20 km of hiking trails (guided tours), the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, a 50 meter gorge, two observation towers, camping in the wilderness/with services, horseback riding (initiation, rides), mini-farm, swimming pool, 17 km of mountain bike trails intermediate/advanced levels, fishing, bird watching sites, floral garden.

 

 

 

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