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.

bennnnn trop frette!!!!

hiking
closed
private property
snow
3 days ago

SUMMER ONLY.
Do NOT try to walk/hike this trail in the winter. The signs are not clear, but the NCC Conservation Officers were out in full force and handing out tickets because the trail is for Cross Country Skiing only in the winter. ”Best used April-October” should actually say ONLY to be used April-October.
GREAT trail though. Definitely worth checking out. A few steep hills in each direction, but not too bad and lots of great views make it worth it. But wait until winter is over!

Started from Régimbald's free parking lot. Took the "hard" trail (sentier centre) to Liberator crash site and was totally worth it. took around 3 hours to complete this small loop. The trail is well maintained, not many people in the winter, dogs are welcomed.

So beautiful ! Everybody is so welcoming and helpful on the hiking path !

Many options. Well maintained and marked. Great views and dog friendly.

Un des plus beaux parcours à faire en raquettes au Québec. Choisissez une journée ensoleillée et idéalement pas trop venteuse.

snowshoeing
11 days ago

Today we went to see if there was enough snow for snow shoes but there isn’t yet so we decided to hike trail 5 which includes the summit. Great work out and and we will return. I see some posts below that mention the trails are not well indicated. This must have been improved because there are signs everywhere.

snowshoeing
15 days ago

Nice trail but 850m to do on the road due to a new routing

Love this trail for a Sunny Sunday hike. If you start near the school and go all the way to the ski parking lot you pass through lots of lovely scenic areas, following the long of a beautiful river. Beautiful spring, summer, fall and winter. Often need basic crampons from some parts during winter months.

hiking
18 days ago

Beautiful Views! Well marked trails. Challenging in parts, but a great workout while climbing to the top. We will definitely do it again.

Good hike! Quiet and beautiful

J’ai souvent fait ce sentier à pied ou en skis de fond quand j’étais enfant. Parfait pour toute la famille et surtout pour l’observation de la nature (oiseaux et cerfs ❤️)

Chiens interdits dans les sentiers.

hiking
1 month ago

Excellent waterfall view from top and bottom. Fun walk up the stairs if you can get past all the selfie sticks. This place also has a great zipline… if you choose! Well worth the trip.

snowshoeing
1 month ago

Completed a portion of this trail as part of a longer snowshoe adventure. Beautiful forested area connecting to numerous other park trails. Shared with snow bikers in the winter so be mindful if you venture out.

Belle randonnée à faire avec les enfants. L'érablière est ouverte au public les dimanches après-midi durant la période des sucres. Une belle occasion de sortir dehors!

Really nice hike remind me of the white mountains but half the distance 15km in 5hrs totally worth it:)

Love trail

Amazing place!

hiking
2 months ago

Loved this hike. Hiked it early morning after snowfall, was still well packed and easy to stay on the trail. Had numerous gorgeous lookouts. Will be back.

une belle vue avec une variété dans le sentier (ruisseaux, bois, vues dégagées)

Nice four hours round trip. About 8 to 12 inches of snow along the way. Cloudy sky on a snowy day. We did it in hiking boots without crampons. Fun.

Nice lake, waterfall and ruins to look at while walking. A few hills but nothing steep.

hiking
2 months ago

This trail is actually 12km long. We started at P15 next to Cross Loop Road; parking is on the road. In a few hundred meters we turned right on to #71 trail in a field with long grass, all the way to Cafferty Road. There were lots of wet creek crossings along the way. We turned left on Cafferty Road, going to Lac Carman. The trail #71 then turns left and winds its way up and down the hill, crossing many streams and wet spots all the way to an intersection with trail #70. Turning left to #70, down the hill, brings you back to P15.

hiking
2 months ago

Not sure how this trail goes from 17 to 8 to 22 - there is no connection unless you go back on 1 then to 4 then to 22. Of course if you have your head down all the time following the app it might work but then you miss all the scenery which is the reason to be out there. All nice trails but not worth this combination

hiking
2 months ago

Superbe marche avec enfants et chien en laisse. Chien doit être social car beaucoup d’enfants et de chiens. Signalisation difficile ou absente mais vaut le prix d’entrée du parc Sepaq. Enfant et chien gratuit. Vue incroyable vous attend.

hiking
2 months ago

Tougher than I thought it would be! Hiked this trail with my dog on November 1st. Small place to pull off on the side of the road at the base of the trail. There is a map at the base but no washrooms. Most of the ascent happens within the first kilometer, making you get the hardest part out of the way first! The ground was wet and slippery - definitely wear boots! We meant to take the trail clockwise but missed the first turn and ended up taking the scenic side of the hike first. This side of the hike is the toughest but the views are worth it!! The northern most part of the mountain, and the trail along the West side of the mountain did have snow cover, so be prepared. Overall the trail is well marked, however we did end up off course two or three times (although luckily we quickly realized it!). Overall with stops the hike took us 3 hours and 15 minutes. There are not many places you can bring your dog on a hike in Quebec, but if you're looking for a moderate mountain hike in the Mont Tremblant area (and want a decent leg workout!) I'd definitely recommend this trail!

It rained so it was muddy but not an issue with good hiking boots. Easy-moderate trail without too many technical sections.

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