Acropole des Draveurs

HARD 56 reviews

Acropole des Draveurs is a 9.7 kilometer heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Saint-Aime-des-Lacs, Quebec, Canada that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until September.

DISTANCE
9.7 km
ELEVATION GAIN
875 m
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

hiking

river

views

no dogs

Gain 800 m in 5 km hike (10 km round trip)

4 months ago

A little crowded but most people stop at the first two levels. if you go all the way to the top bring something to put on your shoulders as it gets a little cold and windy. the view from the top is amazing. make sure you follow the signs because theres more to see once youre up there. was a very fun day i loved it.

5 months ago

I love this one even though some rocky parts are more difficult than others. The views over the valley are all gorgeous!

6 months ago

Amazing hike. Do all the summits once on top!!

6 months ago

Good trail quite crowded though but it was a gorgeous day though. The rust 3 km are the hardest. Lots of rock in the pathway. The 3 summits have beautiful view, bring some warm clothes when you arrive at the top as it is a bit colder and windy !

hiking
6 months ago

Bonne et belle randonnée ! Peut être fait par les débutants mais doit avoir une bonne condition physique

hiking
6 months ago

this trail was amazing. loved the view at the three summit. the only negatif thing i can say is its the same trail to go up as to gi down. my cardio worked from beginning to end. need to do it atleast once in a life time.

hiking
7 months ago

The highest climb in the area. The first 2 km are the most demanding, after you pass those, it gets easy. Quite a busy trail although it's far from the busy centers. I really enjoyed it for a local hike.

hiking
7 months ago

no dog friendly :(

hiking
7 months ago

It's a pretty steady climb the whole way, but the first 2k are definitely the hardest. The views at the top and a sense of accomplishment are worth it though. It was pretty crowded, so don't think you'll have peaceful, quiet, nature-time, but people were super friendly. It was pretty windy /cold on top despite the beautiful day, so make sure you have some layers with you. And don't underestimate your water needs! I went through 3L.

hiking
8 months ago

My first climb and it was a doozy, so glad to have done it!

hiking
8 months ago

Great hike in September. Beautiful weather

hiking
8 months ago

Spectacular hike. It is pretty intense on the way up but worth the effort. We completed it much faster than I expected. We stopped about 0.3 miles from the top because my boyfriend (now husband) ended up proposing and we figured we accomplished enough for the day :)

hiking
8 months ago

Awsome, best trail ever, make sure to have warm clothing at the top, ~ 10 degree celcius then the floor, good riding boots required.

hiking
8 months ago

The view is amazing. The first 2 km are the hardest. You have to make the 3 summits!

8 months ago

3 Summit next to each other

hiking
8 months ago

Beautiful view at the top! The first 1.5 kms are the most difficult. After that things get a bit flatter. Note there are 3 summits at the top. We only went to the first but if we had more time we would have continued on. Ascending the last 2 summits looked like it would have been challenging as the elevation climbs dramatically over a short distance. Have fun!

8 months ago

The view is just amazing!

hiking
9 months ago

Amazing view at the top. A little crowdy but worth it !

hiking
9 months ago

Wonderful hike.
Very progressive and serious elevation.
The S shaped path is well prepared but steep. A lot of rocks so sticks are welcome to go back.
The view is just amazing. Do not underestimate you water needs !

hiking
Thursday, April 13, 2017

Spectacular!

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Une vue magnifique.

hiking
Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Probably one of the best or the best hike in Quebec. Wonderful sight from the top.

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