22 Aug Fall camping and hiking in our national parks
Why not extend the camping season to Thanksgiving or even later by opting for no-serviced campsite! This fall, let’s discover our national parks!
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
Credits : Québec Le Mag
With its six great rivers and 400 lakes and streams, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is a canoer’s paradise.
Familiarize yourself with the Via ferrata du Diable, an intermediate activity between hiking and climbing.
Parc national du Mont-Orford
Credits : Marco Bergeron
Parc national du Mont-Orford gives you access to numerous viewpoints, which are said to be among the most spectacular of the Eastern Townships region. In the fall, the forest presents a show featuring the flamboyant colours of the sugar maples.
The park is notably home to white-tailed deer and Great Blue Heron, which you can observe in their natural habitat.
Parc national de la Jacques Cartier
Crédits : Québec le Mag
Just 30 minutes from Québec City, you’ll fall under the spell of a vast mountainous plateau cut by deep valleys. Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier is host to one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Québec, the spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier.
Parc national de Frontenac
Credits : Mathieu Dupuis, Sépaq
Parc national de Frontenac is a haven for more than 200 bird species and over 30 mammal species. The hardwood-covered hills are the kingdom of white-tailed deer, while the mosaic of lakes, ponds, marshes and streams shelter ducks, otters and other creatures who go about their business under the gaze of the great blue heron, ever-present on the territory.
Parc national d’Oka
Credits : Authentik Canada
Parc national d’Oka is not far from Montréal. This park has a rich historical and natural heritage. The Calvaire, with its four oratories and three chapels, is a unique complex of historic buildings in America.
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Source : Sépaq