Explore the most popular Paddle Sports 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.

hiking
22 days ago

Amazing landscapes I loved it is very diverse as a trail and sometimes it has very technical passages. I have already made difficult path easier than him who is considered moderate.

Beautiful hike for fall

Perfect for a sunny afternoon when you do not have much time and you do not want to go far from Mtl.

Nice walk, but 100% on the dish ...

Dogs are partially allowed since May 2019, only on the main island, and sadly only on a single track. I don’t say trail as we are forced to stay on the gravel path for a distance, no underwoods for dogs... Since that part follows the street, and is in a kind of plain, it’s quite boring. The other parts were better, but it was extremely crowded. It’s fine when you want to stay near the city, but there are much better trails one hour away.

paddle sports
closed
3 months ago

Perfect for kayaking. In winter, the superb ice rink is 9 km (round trip) and is very well maintained!

hiking
3 months ago

really great!

A nice place for biking. The roads are nice. Not hard at all. I wouldnt do it for hiking tho.

hiking
4 months ago

The Diable Vert is a hidden gem located on the back side of Mt Sutton in Glen Sutton. Along with a network of 5 color coded trails, various types of cottages, yurts, and other accomodations are offered, along with the ability to camp in one's own tent. LIkewise, a variety of activities are offered, including kayaking & cycling "above the trees"! We spent 3 days & 2 nights exploring the site, and marvelled at the beauty of the scenary. For more information, visit https://www.audiablevert.com/en/four-season-trails.htm or http://ondagoapp.com/ondagoweb.php?id=diablevert-topo for the full trail map.

5 months ago

If it was a loop than five stars.

nice romantic walk or for a more active ride. with or without children. + pitou. lots of brasserie and restaurants and the ste-anne boardwalk is great for ice cream.

A nice walk around the lake mostly asphalt. When geece are migrating it becomes spectacular, the lake is full of the beautiful creatures.

bird watching
Sun Sep 23 2018

loved the canadian geese season safe trail.

Park with easy routes, ideal for easy hiking with family or not ^ ^ ideal for cycling instead. The decor is beautiful and very different from other SEPAQ. By cons, to do if you're not too far, because I would have regretted having 2h drive to this park otherwise! Opportunity to see wild animals easily. A loop of 3 hours in kayak to be done on the spot, not yet tested but in the program 

The oak

kind of nice but the noise coming from nearer cars turn off a bit

walking
Fri Oct 20 2017

better by bicycle than by foot

An interesting wetland trail on the Ottawa side of the Ottawa River. Very flat. There are occasional nature walk here (like learning about medicinal plants in the marsh) and when we hiked (in early July) we saw lots of turtles, and a pair of beautiful pileated woodpeckers plus other birds. There is a large and popular beach nearby but the water quality in this area is occasionally suspect as its downstream from Ottawa. I prefer the nature trails, which were quite peaceful when we went. One negative may be that you have to pay for parking unless you find parking outside the park (which I did)

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