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Nice, long walk. Moderate in the fact that it is 13.5km, but otherwise not challenging.

Gorgeous but too many stairs. I prefer more natural terrain.

Gorgeous in the Spring, around Mother’s Day, to see thousands of trilliums and other spring flowers.

Bring bug spray

Nice trail and nice view!

Belle journée le 13 octobre 2018 au Parc national des Grands Jardins malgré les nuages et seulement -2 degrés C. Nous avons fait la boucle Pioui et Mont-du-Lac-Des-Cygnes. Tout un défi avec la neige, la glace, les traces de verglas et l’eau dans le sentier, mais quelle vue au sommet! Vive Charlevoix!

Modérer mais là piste est longue. Belle vue.

Nice views but the trails are way too crowded.

on Le Scotora Trail

11 hours ago

Pierres roulantes sur quelques sections du parcours. 70% du parcours se fait sans se soucier du prochain pas. Cela permet de regarder les montagnes, la rivière, les petits lacs et les barages de castors! La récompense est superbe, avec la belle vue sur la vallée! Bien que classé difficile, c'est un parcours qui se fait très bien pour le randonneur moyen.

Beautiful view at the end!

Belle foret, mais zéro indication. Facile de se perdre. Mon copain et moi on s’est perdus. Pas super le fun. Bref, pas conseillé aux débutants.

15 hours ago

Not well marked for the entrance. We actually started at a gated road more by the highway & the first P15 sign. We had a 10 year old & a 5 year old with us. It was muddy/ somewhat rocky and some steep climbs. We loved it! Long walk back to our car but it was ok. It ended up being about 8k and took us 2h53.

16 hours ago

Excellent hike this time of year to see the colours. The trail was a bit muddy in a few spots but nothing serious. Counterclockwise loop is best if you prefer to hike UP the steep parts rather than DOWN. I recommend you get there very early because when I finished around 1100, the parking lot was full with cars waiting.

Didn’t complete hike / not a review.
Ps. No dogs allowed.

19 hours ago

La vue......wow surtout en cette période de couleurs ...belle randonnée.

Super endroit

21 hours ago

Amazing hike! Well worth the work once you get to the top. As others have mentioned, the first 2km are the steepest, with kilometer 3 offering a nice break. We’re talking a breathe-out-of-your-mouth workout. But the views as you go up are outstanding!

All and all it took us a little over 4 hours with about an hour eating and walking between summit 1,2 and 3.

I recommend bringing an extra jacket / mits, especially if going later during the year.

Nice trail. With a wonderful view at the top.

I loved it, 6 hrs hiking from Sutton Chalet (Maple av) foggy, muddy but worthy for the great points of view!! I’ve been there twice and be back for sure!!!

beautiful hike. quick rewards. stunning views. be sure to go in October!

Fun hike, beautiful waterfalls!

Vraiment un bel endroit pour aller marcher en forêt. Pas difficile et très accessible pour tous. Belle place pour aller s’évader en nature.

superbe randonnée pour les couleurs d automne. très facile
divers paysages et différentes végétation
très bien tracée et entretenue.

Extraordinary views!! 2 hr hike to the summit. Started at the express trail, rated difficult because it’s a steep uphill, then joined the Pichard the rest of the way.
A more moderate trail is le Pichard starting from the bottom to the summit.

Beautiful scenic views with great autumn colours in full bloom. The trail has good elevation to keep things interesting along the way. Hiking shoes or boots are a must to handle the rocky terrain.

Relatively short hike, but great interpretive trail, and the falls are very impressive.

Really nice hike ... even in the mist. Nice variety - will be back on a sunny day.

I did this trail with my dog on a Thursday morning. It was very foggy out and we only ran into one person (also with a dog) on the entire trail. I hiked from the Lauriault Trail to the Waterfall Trail, down to the waterfall, then through the tunnel and back to the parking lot via the Mulvihill trail. The entire loop took less than an hour and half, walking slowly and stopping to take lots of photos. Beautiful foliage this time of year! Definitely wear boots as there are many wet areas along the trail. If I do this trail again, instead of taking the Mulvihill trail back I will detour through the Mackenzie King Estate. Highly recommend!

4 days ago

Nice hike. Lots of mud but I liked it.

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