Explore the most popular dog friendly trails in Quebec with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

road biking
8 days ago

Great bike trail.
Nicely paved.
Lots of wildlife & flowers.

parfois sentier mal indiqué mais le paysage en vaut le coup!

trail running
20 days ago

Good

hiking
22 days ago

j'ai fait deux boucles pour un total de 8.5k, sentier vallonneux plutôt qu'ascendant, très bien balisé, très joli point d'eau

Did an 18 km loop. The trail is a lot of fun. Some beautiful view points. Lots of black flies, kind of a spoiler.

hiking
27 days ago

Beaux paysages, trail bien indiqué, belle longueur. La vue en haut est magnifique. On voit le fjord et la baie éternité.

hiking
1 month ago

la piste n'est pas balisée.

1 month ago

Lots of up and down, be ready

nature trips
2 months ago

Plusieurs possibilités de pistes faciles. Les pistes sont mal indiquées en haut de la montagne. Le paysage est magnifique.

2 months ago

très beau sentier 12km, difficile. n'est pas fait pour une sortie avec de jeunes enfants. minimum 3 litres d'eau, bottes de marche et bâtons de marche. retour en taxi à la voiture ou à la marche par la route= 5,5 km. fait le 21 mai 2018.

2 months ago

Super trail ! vraiment physique, déconseillé aux personnes qui veulent chiller ^^ Mais ça fait le boulot !

hiking
2 months ago

turned around before midway... spent the whole time skipping branches/trees in the trail and going off trail to pass seriously blocked parts (trees). ok if you just want the exercice. but meh...

backpacking
2 months ago

Vraiment beau sentier. Attention aux installations: elles sont désuètes et abîmées. Redoublez de prudence. Soyez préparés car il offre beaucoup de défis.

Nous avons fait ce sentier de 14km aller retour le 26 mai dans des conditions météo presque parfaite dans le cadre d’une sortie d’évaluation en préparation d’un voyage au Machu Picchu. C’était la première fois que j’y allait et ce fut une belle surprise. Très beau sentier avec des passages de difficulté variée mais pratiquement toujours en s’intensifiant plus on avance. C’était ma première sortie de l’année et cela s’est très bien passé malgré une chirurgie 2 semaines plus tôt pour un ménisque déchiré donc je qualifie ce sentier de majoritairement modéré à difficile. J’y retournerai avec mon chien certainement.
François

beaux sentiers balisés. Lorsque je suis allée, c'était peu achalandé donc agréable! coût d'entrée : 6$

beaux sentiers bien entretenus et pas beaucoup achalandé! coût d'entrée 6$

Super belle rando, seul point a dire est qu’à certains endroit il était difficile de savoir ou allait la trail . Super place pour les chiens!

Nice easy hike, not a lot of traffic and pretty sweet view for very little work! Pretty lakes along the way - good option for a pleasant afternoon walk in the woods.

hiking
11 months ago

Belle randonné typiquement naturel! Point de vue sauvage!

11 months ago

Nice activity 670 meters total ascension

This is great hiking area. There's an information center where you can pick up a map of the trails. The trails knit together you can do a short hike or 15km with two amazing vistas. Great wildlife viewing (I encountered a black bear and a bald eagle) but the views are the real highlight here. Head to the top!

Thursday, August 10, 2017

This is the real deal,...

hiking
Sunday, August 06, 2017

Easy to intermediate, lightly trafficked hike. Starting at parking lot #1 near the pavilion Rose-Délima (about 6km drive from the information center), the trail is 4.5 km to summit (9km round trip), took about 2:30-3 hours total + time spent at the summit.

The summit is rocky and has an observation tower from which you can see amazing 360 views of the surrounding valleys and mountains (Lac Megantic, Maine, Vermont). Very reminiscent of hiking in the Adirondacks. Although very windy and cold, even in early August. Would recommend windbreaker, sweater, hat/hood and thin gloves.

The hike itself is very gradual on the way up with 2 steeper sections (short & very manageable). Gorgeous streams along the way with 3 short boardwalks. A little muddy in some spots, and lots of roots and rocks so watch your footing and hiking boots are recommended.

There are a few different intersecting trails but all are very well indicated. The trail we took had a clean outhouse & lean-tu half way up for those to wish to camp on the mountain.

Dog & kid friendly.

hiking
Saturday, August 05, 2017

Very nice trail. Bridges that cross over the river. Technical difficulty because of rocks on some parts of the trail. Try parking a car at each ending so you won't have to walk the way back. It is a must to stop by the loop to the waterfalls.

hiking
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Got lost, the indications are not really clear and also the maps you find at the top are weirdly zoomed in. Would not recommand

hiking
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Belle randonnée que nous avons réussi à faire assez rapidement ( 1h55min ).

Rather easy trail, good to do with the kids. Nice water lands along the way that make for a few nice pictures. The hike starts at the intersection of the Huron trail (blue square #3) and Ridge road. You will come across a few intersections with other trails, such as #20. The trail up to the lookout is Black diamond #28. Don't be frightened by the black diamond. The trail gets steeper, but remains very accessible. Instead of going strait up to the lookout, why not continu on trail #3 until you reach the road, and then turn around to come back. This will give you a few extra km on your hike and lead you through some nice water lands. The distance to the road is 5 km. The trip there and back, plus the lookout, totals out to about 11-12km and can be done in 3h (that is with breaks to take pictures and enjoy the view). The lookout would be a nice spot to have lunch!

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