Explore the most popular dogs on leash 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.

6 days ago

Excellent and challenging trail for year round hiking or snowshoeing in the winter.

Great winter trail

Belle petite montagne avec deux points de vue au sommet. En hiver, le début de la trail est difficile à trouver.

10 days ago

I recently discovered a passion for hiking and this trail is only a few minutes from my house. Have been there 5 times in the last 3 weeks. In winter at least, the trail is 10.12 km long to the tain tracks (pont de fer). People walk and snowshoe there. Trail crampons are highly recommended. Poles are not necessary. People DO walk their dogs off leash so please keep this in mind if you are afraid of dogs. Beautiful scenery.
The parking is up the hill from the dam on the Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel side. Have fun.

11 days ago

I had planned to snowshoe but the trail was too packed down. Instead I hiked with poles - was difficult but very pretty. Some very steep sections where I wished I had cleats.

Fun winter hike, but the hard packed snow combined with a lot of up and down was quite slippery. Cleats and/or poles advised!

Good little trail but...NO DOGS ALLOWED

Superbement calme au sud-ouest de Montréal

Amazing challenging trail. Beautiful scenery.

Great for winter running. Lots of traffic.

bonne après-midi en raquette!

Awesome awesome awesome experience. I'm from Virginia, United States. We were lucky enough to visit Montmorency Falls in the dead middle of winter in Quebec. It was before 20 and the water had frozen over solid enough that we were able to walk all the way up near the bottom of the falls.

Me and my husband had a great time...its a nice trail..the view on the top is amazing....

I love this Trail (in every season!!) Two amazing lookouts (and very different), the sounds of small streams running through a beautiful forest... with a variety of levels of difficult throughout the Trail. It’s about 8.5km total, I think. I recommend turning RIGHT at the fork (near the beginning of the Trail head), to aim towards Mahingan Lookout first. It’s a steep uphill climb for 2km from there. Then a shorter easier 2k walk to the next Lookout, and then a gradual and longer 3.5km walk back to the Trailhead. I also recommend going for both summer hiking and winter hiking(or snowshoeing in my case) to see how awesome but different the landscape is!

Great urban walk. Plenty of great architectural gems along the way!

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The view of Lake

Always a pleasant walk with the dogs. hiden trails are fun to explore and away from the crowds.

2 months ago

Very enjoyable route for snowshoeing. Some steep slopes that are challenging in winter but the varied terrain makes for a rewarding route that travels through different patches of forest and open field. There is also a fire pit and wood available at Lac Carman should a rest be needed.

Connects with a number of other snowshoeing trails to the north and south.

One of the best trails in Gatineau park. Great views along the Ottawa valley at the half-way point really add to an already enjoyable walk through the forest. Crosses a few streams and can therefore be wet at times - be prepared!

Vraiment beau!
Lanaudière est à découvrir.

trail running
2 months ago

Excellent winter run!

bonne distance pour une petite randonnée.

Great hike!

Not the best hike in this amazing Park, but still well worth it and.

What an amazing surprise! This is now in my top 5 hikes in Quebec.

4 months ago

Very leisurely stroll through some fairly nice woods. Definitely not a hike, and not many viewpoints or points of interest. But would be good for wheelchairs or strollers etc.

4 months ago

I loved this trail. Challenging but not too long. The falls are way larger than I thought they were going to be! On the day I went (late oct) I didn't see a single other person... It was lovely!!

Très beau trajet

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