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Parc de la gorge Coaticook – Parc Découverte nature

Parc de la gorge Coaticook – Parc Découverte nature

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.

 

 

 

Available activities:
Camping
Fatbiking
Flora and fauna
For families
Hiking
Ice climbing
Mountain Biking/ Cross Country
Rustic cabins and cottages
School Groups
Snowshoeing
Turnkey camping
Winter camping
Visit our website for more information
Contact :
400, rue Saint-Marc,
Coaticook (Quebec) J1A 1M2

Activities offered by Parc de la gorge Coaticook – Parc Découverte nature

School group activities

School group activities

Various activities are offered to school groups:

  • Guided hiking - Self-guided hiking (a 3.5 km trail with interpretation panels on the history, fauna and flora of the park on the Gorge Trail, including the crossing of the longest pedestrian bridge in North America, as well as a cave, an observation tower, a dam and a hydroelectric power station).
  • Scavenger Hunt for students in grades 1 to 6.
  • Farmhouse
  • Camping, shelters and ready-to-camp tents
  • Mountain bike, Bike on snow (fatbike)
  • Winter hiking - Snowshoeing
  • Ice rink skating
  • Ice climbing
  • Yukigassen (snowball fight)

Family activities

Family activities

The Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook is an enchanting place and ideal for families. Our many activities allow everyone to live a special experience when visiting us!

Activities offered: hiking, Foresta Lumina, mountain biking, four-season camping, huts, ready-to-camp, snowshoeing, winter walking, snow biking (fatbike), a trail with interpretation panels on the history, fauna and flora of the park on the Gorge Trail (3.5 km), including the crossing of the longest pedestrian bridge in North America in addition to a cave, an observation tower, a dam and a hydroelectric plant!

Accessories and equipment: changing table and stool in the reception area's washrooms, watering trough for children, baby carrier rental (to be validated with health standards), access to a microwave oven in the reception area.

Infrastructures: mountain and walking trails designed for families (easy level, suitable for strollers), coloring area in the community room from mid-May to mid-October.