Quebec Trails

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By 'Live the Adventure' Club Ambassador Stephanie Huff Montreal has a vast array of kid-friendly hiking and walking trails, both within the city and beyond. Get those hiking boots ready because you will want to try these five family-friendly trails...
Snowshoeing is the perfect winter activity. All you need is winter clothes and a pair of snowshoes, and you can venture along trails that would otherwise be inaccessible until spring melt. So tap into your sense of adventure and check...
A 45-km drive from one of Canada’s prettiest and most historical communities, Quebec City, brings you to Jacques Cartier National Park. The Jacques Cartier River flows through the centre of the park, surrounded by steep, forested mountains on either side.
City: Montreal Region: Mont Tremblant Province/State: Quebec Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 1 - 2 hours Round Trip Distance 5.5 km Elevation Gain 645 m Camping Nearby Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly Yes The quickest way to the top of Tremblant (without a lift, that is). Although Mont Tremblant is best known as a ski hill, in summertime...
City: Rivière-au-Renard Region: Forillon National Park/Gaspé Peninsula Province/State: Quebec Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 13 - 15 hours Round Trip Distance 36.6 km Elevation Gain 450 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Stunning scenery, numerous lakes and views of the Morris River valley are all features of this hike. From here, you can...
City: Beaupré Region: La Côte-de-Beaupré Province/State: Quebec Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 1 hour Round Trip Distance 3 km Elevation Gain 60 m Camping No Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Climb over suspension bridges and gaze out onto rushing rapids: this waterfall is higher than Niagara Falls and has a fraction of the tourists. Still not...
City: Saint-Raymond Region: Vallée Bras-du-Nord Province/State: Quebec Country: Canada Difficulty Moderate Time 4+ hours Round Trip Distance 17 km Elevation Gain 400 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Aptly named for its lookout points that yield awe-inspiring views, this hike is a true Quebec treasure. Hop in a canoe and pack a tent; you’ll...
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